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they wore cloves and there jobs were servents
There is no description anywhere in the Bible of what Hebrew servants wore.
their clothes were made out of burnet and some other materials
I think that they wore whatever clothes and that they wore like dresses or gowns etc..
If you look at the tomb paintings domestic servants and slaves went barefoot. Ancient Egyptians generally went barefoot even the Pharaoh. When they did wear shoes it was normally sandals made from papyrus or leather. They were only worn on special occasions or to protect their feet.
To keep away from maya or satan or devil. To warn evil that we are servants of God
Victorian Servants, who worked for the rich, usually wore white, long- sleeved shirts and black trousers. On top of all those CLEAN clothes, they wore an apron when cleaning, cooking or serving.
No, it is not an adverb. The word servants is a plural noun.
There was forty three servants on he Titanic. The wealthy took their servants along. The servants were given second class accommodations.
The collective noun is a staff of servants.
http://reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/timelines/topics/clothing.htm Hope this helps! Best I could find...
they wore bright necklesses and dresses and bows with a broom stick to make them look like a witch
research has proven that in the future, people would get bored of clothes and just simply cover their privates instead, so they would probably do that, the research has taken place in Yale university
a synonym for Indentured Servants
poor that is why they are servants lol
they used to wear mostly brown dreeses, rough and tough they would get esaliy destroyed ]
All the dead are servants of Hades.
The Servants of Twilight was created in 1988.
The ISBN of The Servants - novel - is 0007261934.
Which old days? Who's servants? It really depended on those two elements. Slaves were servants, and personal assistants are the modern servants. As you can see, there's a huge difference between the two, and there were servants that did everything you can imagine at some point in history.
They used indentured servants.