When a man has a rising, a scab, or bright spot, and it is in the skin like the plague of leprosy; then he shall be brought to Aaron the priest, or to one of his sons the priests. They will determine if this person has leprosy or if he is clean.
Leprosy – When the hair in the plague is turned white, and the plague is deeper than the skin of his flesh.
Clean – If the bright spot is white in the skin and not deeper than the skin, and the hair of it has not turned white; then the priest shall shut him up for seven days:
Day 7 – If the plague has not spread; then the priest shall shut him up seven days more:
Day 14 – If the plague is somewhat dark, and has not spread not, it is but a scab. He shall wash his clothes and be clean.
Leprosy – If the scab has spread in the skin on Day 7 or Day 14
Leprosy – the rising is white in the skin, and it has turned the hair white, and there is quick raw flesh in the rising;
Clean – If a leprosy spreads in the skin and covers all the skin of him that has the plague from his head even to his foot, but it is all turned white.
Leprosy – when raw flesh appears in him
Clean – if the raw flesh turns again and is changed to white
Leprosy – The flesh, in which there was a boil, and is healed, And in the place of the boil there is a white rising, or a bright spot, white, and somewhat reddish, if it is lower than the skin around it, and the hair has turned white.
If there are no white hairs in the boil, and if it be not lower than the skin, but is somewhat dark; then the priest shall shut him up seven days:
Leprosy – Day 7: It spreads much abroad in the skin,
Clean – Day 7: the bright spot stays in its place, and does not spread, it is a burning boil;
If there is any flesh, in the skin of which there is a hot burning, and the quick flesh that burns has a white bright spot, somewhat reddish, or white;
Leprosy – If the hair in the bright spot has turned white, and it is deeper than the skin around it
Leprosy – If there is no white hair in the bright spot, and it is no lower than the other skin, but is somewhat dark; if it has spread much abroad in the skin after seven days,
Clean – If the bright spot stays in its place, and does not spread in the skin, but it is somewhat dark; it is a rising of the burning, It is an inflammation of the burning.
If a man or woman has a plague on the head or the beard;
Leprosy – if it is deeper than the skin; and there is in it a yellow thin hair; it is a dry scall, even a leprosy upon the head or beard.
Clean – If the scall is not deeper than the skin around it, and that there is no black hair in it; then the priest shall shut him up for seven days:
Day 7: if the scall has not spread not, and there be in it no yellow hair, and the scall be not deeper than the skin around it; He shall be shaven, but he shall not shave the scall; the priest shall shut him up seven days more:
Day 14: if the scall has not spread in the skin, nor is it deeper than the skin around it; then he shall wash his clothes and be clean.
Leprosy – if the scall spread much in the skin on Day 7 or Day 14, there is no need for the priest to seek for yellow hair;
Clean – if the scall is at a stay, and there is black hair grown up in it;
Clean – If a man or a woman has in the skin of their flesh bright spots, even white bright spots; Then the priest shall look: and if the bright spots in the skin of their flesh are darkish white; it is a freckled spot that grows in the skin; he is clean.
Clean – the man whose hair has fallen off his head, he is bald; yet is he clean.
Clean – he that has his hair fallen off from the part of his head toward his face, he is forehead bald: yet is he clean.
Leprosy – And if there is a white reddish sore in the bald head, or bald forehead
• His clothes shall be rent
• His head bare
• He shall put a covering upon his upper lip
• He shall cry, Unclean, unclean.
• He is defiled and unclean:
• He shall dwell alone;
• His habitation shall be outside the camp.
This is the law of the plague of leprosy in a garment of wool or linen, either in the warp, or woof, or any thing of skins, to pronounce it clean, or to pronounce it unclean.
If the plague is greenish or reddish in the garment, it is a plague of leprosy, the priest shall look on the plague, and shut it up for seven days:
Day 7: Unclean – if the plague has spread in the garment, the priest shall burn that garment in the fire.
Day 7: If the plague has not spread in the garment, then the priest shall command that they wash the thing in which the plague is, and he shall shut it up seven days more:
Day 14: Unclean – If the plague has not changed its color, even though the plague has not spread; the priest shall burn it in the fire;
Day 14: Unclean – If the plague is somewhat dark after the washing of it; then he shall rend it out of the garment, And if it appears still in the garment, it is a spreading plague: the priest shall burn it with fire.
Day 14: Clean – If the plague has departed from the garment, then it shall be washed the second time, and shall be clean.