Procession the Hebrew term הֲלַיכָה, htlikka/h, rendered "going" in Ps 78:25, means a religious procession, as described in the context, headed by the phylarchs, who preceded the sacred ark, while the instrumental musicians followed it, and a line of females with timbrels accompanied it on either side. On the general subject see the monographs in Volbeding, Index Programmatum, p. 159. SEE PROCESSIONS.

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