Which has greater capacity: a homer
or an omer?
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A homer was a measure of volume equal to
about 30 gallons; an omer was a measure equal to about 43 ounces.
According to Numbers
11:32 - "Of those who gathered quail, the least gathered 10 homers" -
i.e., 300 gallons of quail.
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