Covenant between Jacob and Laban

Book Title: Mosaize historie der Hebreeuwse kerke : zoo als dezelve was in de stam-huyzen der H. Vaderen des Ouden Verbonds, voor en onder de belofte : en in alle die plegtelijke toebereydzelen van het dienstbaar Ierusalem ... : uyt d'aller oudste geheugnissen der Hebreen, Kaldeen, Zabeen, Egyptenaaren ... en Romeynen opgehelderd, en doorgans met veel naauwkeurige printverbeeldingen gestofferd ...

Author: Goeree, Willem, 1635-1711

Image Title: Covenant between Jacob and Laban

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Description: After Jacob flees Laban’s household with his wives Leah and Rachel and Laban’s sheep, Laban pursues him. When Laban finds Jacob, the two make a covenant not to harm one another, and for Jacob not to take any other wives. They symbolize their covenant by making a pillar and offering a sacrifice.

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