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It was hidden with the Aron (Ark of the Covenant) and some other things near the end of the first Temple by Yoshiyahu (King Josiah). Source: Talmud, Yoma 52b, תוספות הרא"ש על הגמרא בהוריות (יב.) , הרמב"ם (משנה תורה, הלכות בית הבחירה ד א) In the second Temple, a Kohen (a Priest-a descendant of Aharon, Moses brother) found a loose stone on the ground in the ...
I heard this from the grandfather of a friend of mine, so I can't really provide a good source, but it's an awesome explanation.The Netziv in Emek Hanetziv on the Sifri Piska 30 Parshas BaHaloscha explains this way as well. The Jews were living in the desert, where they lived a miraculous existence. When they came into Israel, life would revert to a less ...
No one today knows where the omer of manna is. It was presumably lost around the time of the Siege of Jerusalem, 597 BCE, although it is possible it could have been lost at other times, such as the descecration by Mannaseh. Its location today is a matter of speculation, similar to the location and fate of the Ark of the Covenant.
Since Moshe Rabbeinu wrote a sefer Torah for each shevet just before he died, the pasuk could have been dictated for inclusion at that time. This is similar to the reason why other things that happened after the time they are included are found where they are. I wrote about this in Who wrote the verse near the end of the story about Mahn in Shmot 16:35? ...
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