In an extended allegory, EzekielA prophet during the Babylonian exile who saw visions of God's throne-chariot, new life to dry bones, and a new Temple. More is called to prophesy to a valley of dry bones.
Clothed in flesh and given breath, the bones come back to life. One of the most famous of Ezekiel’s visions and allegories, the valley of dry bones is an allegory of the resurrection of Israel from “death” by God. God promises to bring the exiles back to Israel. There is also an explicit reference to bodily resurrection from the dead (37:12), for the Lord has power even over death.