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59约瑟领了耶稣的身体,用干净的细麻布裹好,
59And when Joseph had taken the body, he wrapped it in a clean linen cloth,
59 Verse 59. Wrapped it in a clean linen cloth] The Jews, as well

as the Egyptians, added spices to keep the body from putrefaction,

and the linen was wrapped about every part to keep the aromatics

in contact with the flesh. From Joh 19:39, 40, we learn that a

mixture of myrrh and aloes of one hundred pounds' weight had been

applied to the body of Jesus when he was buried. And that a

second embalmment was intended, we learn from Lu 23:56; 24:1, as

the hurry to get the body interred before the Sabbath did not

permit them to complete, the embalming in the first instance. See

an account of the mode of embalming among the Egyptians, in the

note on Ge 50:2, 26.