ושמת. גם איננו רחוק שישים המצנפת באחרונה והזכיר בתחלת הפרשה המצנפת לפני האבנט. כי היא נכבד' ממנו: AND THOU SHALT SET. It is also31See note 32. not beyond the realm of possibility that Moses placed the mitre on Aaron last.32After placing all the other garments upon Aaron, for this is what the plain meaning of our text implies. This should be contrasted with I.E. ‘s comments on Ex. 28:4. There he wrote that Moses placed the mitre on Aaron’s head after dressing him in his tunic. I.E. was not sure what the procedure was. Hence he uses the expression, “It is also not beyond the realm of possibility.” Scripture mentions the mitre before the girdle33Ex. 28:4. at the opening of the Torah portion34Even though the girdle was put on before the mitre, as the mitre was put on last. because the mitre is more important than the girdle.35That is, according to this interpretation. Scripture mentions the mitre before the girdle, even though the girdle was put on first, because the mitre is more important.