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sabbaton <See definition 4521>,] does not signify "in the
evening of sabbath," but "sabbaths." Hence, the great feast
having been concluded, the term "end of the sabbaths" denotes
the time very clearly. Again, it may be observed that the
Jews, speaking of their passover, sometimes speak according to
their civil computation, wherein they measured their days from
sun-rising to sun-rising. Sometimes according to their sacred
computation, which was from sun-set to sun-set. This
reconciles Nu 28:18, which seems to make the fourteenth day of
the first month, the first day of unleavened bread.
# Mr 16:1,2; Lu 23:56; 24:1,22; Joh 20:1-10|
* Mary Magdalene.