palm isle, the fourth and youngest son of Aaron (1 Chr. 6:3). He was consecrated to the priesthood along with his brothers (Ex. 6:23); and after the death of Nadab and Abihu, he and Eleazar alone discharged the functions of that office (Lev. 10:6, 12; Num. 3:4). He and his family occupied the position of common priest till the high priesthood passed into his family in the person of Eli (1 Kings 2:27), the reasons for which are not recorded. (See ZADOK.)
In the morning, ithamar had entered with his division and garrisoned the city.
Aaron, Eleazar, and ithamar were to remain unmoved in their elevated place—their holy dignity—their position of priestly sanctity.
The surviving sons of Aaron, Eleazar and ithamar, were anointed and "consecrated to minister in the priest's office."
Nadab and Abihu offered "strange fire," and Eleazar and ithamar were unable to eat the sin-offering.
Join the division of ithamar, and win fresh laurels ere we meet again.
ithamar Conkey's “Rathbun” fits the adoring words as if they had waited for it.
The household of ithamar, in robes of violet, lined with ermine.
The tombs of ithamar, and of Abishuah, the supposed author of the famous roll, are shown by the Samaritans close by.
At a certain point a descendant of ithamar was for some reason raised to the dignity.
And there were found many more of the sons of Eleazar among the principal men, than of the sons of ithamar.