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Frontlets : Exodus ; ; ; Matthew These "frontlets" or "phylacteries" were strips of parchment, on which were written four passages of Scripture, Exodus;in an ink prepared for the purpose. They were then rolled up in a case of black calfskin, which was attached to a stiffer piece of leather, having a thong one finger broad and one and a half cubits long.


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And thou shalt bind them for a upon thine hand, and they shall be as frontlets between thine eyes.


Thus described by Leo of Modena: the Jews take four pieces of parchment, and write with an ink made on purpose, and in square letters, these four passages, one on each piece: 1.