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Tzitz: The tzitz, one of the eight articles worn by the High Priest, was a golden band worn on the forehead, which was engraved with the words "Holy to G d."
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A mysterious ornament worn on the high priest’s forehead
The kohen gadol (high priest) wore eight garments and accessories when serving in the Holy Temple. Let’s explore one of the lesser-known ones: the golden tzitz.
The gold band worn by the high priest
One of the special garments and articles worn by the high priest in the Holy Temple was a golden band placed on the forehead. Understanding the significance and symbolism of the Tzitz.
When Jews with chutzpah looked upon the forehead plate of the High Priest, their hearts broke and they searched their deeds.
When Jews with chutzpah looked upon the forehead plate of the High Priest, their hearts broke and they searched their deeds.
Amongst the holy garments of the High Priest was the Tzitz, a golden band worn on the forehead, which was engraved with the words "Holy to G d." what is the significance of this special ornament?
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