Daily sacrifice
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Daily Sacrifice
Daily Sacrifice A burnt offering of two lambs of a year old that was performed daily, with one lamb sacrificed in the morning and one at twilight (Exod 29:38–42; Num 28:2–8). Antiochus IV Epiphanes attempted to abolish these sacrifices (see Dan 8:12; 9:21; 11:31; 12:11). For more information, see these
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Daily sacrifice
Daily sacrifice(Dan. 8:12; 11:31; 12:11), a burnt offering of two lambs of a year old, which were daily sacrificed in the name of the whole Israelitish people upon the great altar, the first at dawn of day, and the second at evening (Dan. 9:21), or more correctly, “between the two evenings.” (See SACRIFICE.)