spelt

spelt

A variety of wheat generally known as Triticum dicoccoides or more specifically Triticum aestivum spelta. In biblical usage the term refers to a crop that survived the hail plague because of late germination (Exod 9:32), a crop used to border the field (Isa 28:25), and an ingredient for bread (Ezek 4:9).

Exod 9:32

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Isa 28:25

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Ezek 4:9

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