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There are 130 words in the section of the Torah that discusses the offerings that a Nazirite brings when his term of Naziriteship expires (Num. 6:13-20). When the leader of the Tribe of Dan brought, among his gifts at the dedication of the Mishkan, a silver bowl weighing 130 shekels, this was what he intended to symbolize.