the amulet banging from Joseph's neck until it was
a garment that covered him entirely. Joseph's brethren
were looking after him as he departed with the Midianites,
and when they saw him with clothes upon him, they cried
after them, "Give us his raiment! We sold him naked,
without clothes." His owners refused to yield to their demand,
but they agreed to reimburse the brethren with four
pairs of shoes, and Joseph kept his garment, the same in
which he was arrayed when he arrived in Egypt and was
sold to Potiphar, the same in which he was locked up in
prison and appeared before Pharaoh, and the same he wore
when he was ruler over Egypt.[52]

As an atonement for the twenty pieces of silver taken by
his brethren in exchange for Joseph, God commanded that

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