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What did Jesus wear?

I'd like to tune this subject on Jesus' garments around the time of his ministry, before the crucifiction. Did Jesus wear clothing that was relevant?
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Depends on what you call relevant. As far as religion is concerned, I think the only thing worth mentioning is that Yeshua wore tzit-tzit on the border of his clothes, which is commanded by the Torah (it was a symbol that the Israelites were taking upon themselves the Laws of G-d).

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He most likely also wore Tefillin and a Kippah.
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It has always been my contention that Y'shua wore a tallit openly and that this may have been more the custom in that His day that we suspect.

Joh 19:23 Then when they crucified Jesus, the soldiers took His garments and made four parts, a part to each soldier, also the tunic. And the tunic was seamless, woven from the top throughout.

If you were Europian and not really knowing what a tallit was how would you describe it? A tunic or wrap?

Anyone who has ever priced a large seamless Tallit knows they are very valuble even today and I think that it was no different then.

As for tzitzit I think that is very obvious in this scripture

Mat 9:20 And behold, a woman who had a flow of blood for twelve years came near behind Him, and touched the fringe of His robe.

This is an adequate description of a tzitzit. So I think it becomes obvious that the style of clothing was different at that time than now but that our Lord had surely kept that mitzphot.

Now as for his wearing a kippot I don't see anything in scripture that says that He did or did not. Nor anyone else really. This does not mean that it was not customary nor that it was mearly that the Bible is silent on the issue. Personally I beleive that the style was somewhat different than what we see today. Also Shuals teaching about the propriety in a worship service tends to support that:

1Co 11:7 For truly a man ought not to have the head covered, being the image and glory of God. But woman is the glory of man;

So this may indicate that the covering of a mans head was not done in that time. Thus no kippot. This letter was to this church in regards to innapropriate style of worship there so thus covering your head would be considered innapropriate in the predenominational church.

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Originally Posted by simchat_torah
He most likely also wore Tefillin and a Kippah.
He probably didn't wear a kippah, as kippot were later inventions of rabbinic tradition, far after Jesus' time. Tefillin were something the Saducees invented (some say 1500 years after the Torah was given to Moses, other say much longer), and not all Jewish sects had adopted them until well after the fall of the temple in 70 (to this day, many sects still do not interpret Exodus 13:9 that way). Jesus commented against how the Chief Priests made theirs honkin' huge in Matthew, yet never talked of them anywhere else (which makes me tend to believe that he didn't think highly of them). He most definitely wore tzitziyot, as the woman with the blood flow reached out and touched them and was healed, and what he wore them on was probably a Tallit, as they were still in style (John the Baptist had one made of Camels' hair, a material that keeps you cool during the day, warm at night, and breathes). He wore sandals, probably Greco-Roman in style, as they were cheap and produced throughout the Roman Empire.

That's all I can think of off the top of my head.

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Originally Posted by Nehemiah_Center
It has always been my contention that Y'shua wore a tallit openly and that this may have been more the custom in that His day that we suspect.

Joh 19:23 Then when they crucified Jesus, the soldiers took His garments and made four parts, a part to each soldier, also the tunic. And the tunic was seamless, woven from the top throughout.

If you were Europian and not really knowing what a tallit was how would you describe it? A tunic or wrap?
His "garments" were probably his Tallit and sandals, but the Tunic would probably have been akin to a fisherman's tunic, a long single-knit garment that goes down to the knees, tied with a belt. When one was doing work in the hot sun, they'd pull the bottom of the tunic up through their legs and tuck it into their belt, so not to let it get in the way.

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Originally Posted by The Thadman
Jesus commented against how the Chief Priests made theirs honkin' huge in Matthew,

That's all I can think of off the top of my head.

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I want to make sure that I get a good Aramaic translation on this Shlomo

Mat 23:5 But all their works they do for to be seen of men: they make honkin huge their phylacteries, and enlarge the borders of their garments,


Is that about right?

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Wow - what interpretation is that?!?
It was a paraphrase on my part, not to be taken as litteral scripture Sorry for the confusion.

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Simchat:

He most likely also wore Tefillin and a Kippah.

HT:

Kippah is a late rabbinic addition. He most likely covered His head with a tallit.
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Originally Posted by The Thadman
It was a paraphrase on my part, not to be taken as litteral scripture Sorry for the confusion.

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You are our mavin of all things Aramaic
I have crossed out all my translations and put in "Honkin' Huge"
Now you tell me it's a paraphrase?

No wonder everyone laughed at me when I read that from the pulpit!


A Honkin Huge Blessing on you my brother!

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PS I am going to try to use the phrase Honkin Huge at least every day
umm for Lent! There ya go!

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