SEV Biblia, Chapter 6:11 Después se desnudará de sus vestimentas, y se pondrá otras vestiduras, y sacará las cenizas fuera del real al lugar limpio.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 6:11 Verse 11. And put on other garments] The priests approached the altar in their holiest garments; when carrying the ashes, &c., from the altar, they put on other garments, the holy garments being only used in the holy place.
Clean place.] A place where no dead carcasses, dung, or filth of any kind was laid; for the ashes were holy, as being the remains of the offerings made by fire unto the Lord.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. And he shall put off his garments , etc.] Those before mentioned, he is said to put on: and put on other garments ; not common garments or lay-habits, what the priests wore when they were not on duty; for, as Ben Gersom says, these were priestly garments, though meaner than the first, or those that were put off: and so Jarchi says, they were worse than they were: it seems as if they were such that were spotted and dirty, and threadbare, almost worn out, and only fit for such sort of work as to carry out ashes: and so Maimonides observes, that these other garments are not to be understood of common garments; but of such that are meaner in value and esteem, for both are holy garments; and, indeed, nothing belonging to the priestly office was to be performed but with the priestly garments, and they were only to be worn by the priests while in service: and carry forth the ashes ; when these, gathered on a heap, were become large, as Jarchi says, and there was no room for the pile of wood, they carried them out from thence; and this, he observes, was not obligatory every day, but the taking of them up, as in the preceding verse ( Leviticus 6:10), they were bound to every day: and these they carried without the camp, unto a clean place ; for though they were ashes, yet being ashes of holy things, were not to be laid in an unclean place, or where unclean things were: as the burnt offering was a type of Christ in his sufferings and death, enduring the fire of divine wrath in the room and stead of his people; so the carrying forth the ashes of the burnt offering, and laying them in a clean place, may denote the burial of the body of Christ without the city of Jerusalem, wrapped in a clean linen cloth and laid in a new tomb, wherein no man had been laid, ( Matthew 27:59,60 Luke 23:53).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 8-13 - The daily sacrifice of a lamb is chiefly referred to. The priest mus take care of the fire upon the altar. The first fire upon the alta came from heaven, ch. 9:24; by keeping that up continually, all their sacrifices might be said to be consumed with the fire from heaven, i token of God's acceptance. Thus should the fire of our holy affections the exercise of our faith and love, of prayer and praise, be withou ceasing.
Original Hebrew ופשׁט 6584 את 853 בגדיו 899 ולבשׁ 3847 בגדים 899 אחרים 312 והוציא 3318 את 853 הדשׁן 1880 אל 413 מחוץ 2351 למחנה 4264 אל 413 מקום 4725 טהור׃ 2889