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1He made also the altar of holocaust of setim wood, five cubits square, and three in height: 2The horns whereof went out from the corners, and he overlaid it with plates of brass. 3And for the uses thereof, he prepared divers vessels of brass, cauldrons, tongs, fleshhooks, pothooks, and firepans. 4And he made the grate thereof of brass, in manner of a net, and under it in the midst of the altar a hearth, 5Casting four rings at the four ends of the net at the top, to put in bars to carry it. 6And he made the bars of setim wood, and overlaid them with plates of brass: 7And he drew them through the rings that stood out in the sides of the altar. And the altar itself was not solid, but hollow, of boards, and empty within. 8He made also the laver of brass, with the foot thereof, of the mirrors of the women that watch at the door of the tabernacle. 9He made also the court, in the south side whereof were hangings of fine twisted linen, of a hundred cubits, 10Twenty pillars of brass with their sockets, the heads of the pillars, and the whole graving of the work, of silver. 11In like manner at the north side the hangings, the pillars, and the sockets and heads of the pillars were of the same measure, and work and metal. 12But on that side that looketh to the west, there were hangings of fifty cubits, ten pillars of brass with their sockets, and the heads of the pillars, and all the graving of the work, of silver. 13Moreover towards the east he prepared hangings of fifty cubits: 14Fifteen cubits of which were on one side with three pillars, and their sockets: 15And on the other side (for between the two he made the entry of the tabernacle) there were hangings equally of fifteen cubits, and three pillars, and as many sockets. 16All the hangings of the court were woven with twisted linen. 17The sockets of the pillars were of brass, and their heads with all their gravings of silver: and he overlaid the pillars of the court also with silver. 18And he made in the entry thereof an embroidered hanging of violet, purple, scarlet, and fine twisted linen, that was twenty cubits long, and five cubits high according to the measure of all the hangings of the court. 19And the pillars in the entry were four with sockets of brass, and their heads and gravings of silver. 20The pins also of the tabernacle and of the court round about he made of brass. 21These are the instruments of the tabernacle of the testimony, which were counted according to the commandment of Moses, in the ceremonies of the Levites, by the hand of Ithamar son of Aaron the priest: 22Which Beseleel the son of Uri the son of Hur of the tribe of Juda had made as the Lord commanded by Moses, 23Having for his companion Ooliab the son of Achisamech of the tribe of Dan: who also was an excellent artificer in wood, and worker in tapestry and embroidery in violet, purple, scarlet, and fine linen. 24All the gold that was spent in the work of the sanctuary, and that was offered in gifts was nine and twenty talents, and seven hundred and thirty sicles according to the standard of the sanctuary. 25And it was offered by them that went to be numbered, from twenty years old and upwards, of six hundred and three thousand five hundred and fifty men able to bear arms. 26There were moreover a hundred talents of silver, whereof were cast the sockets of the sanctuary, and of the entry where the veil hangeth. 27A hundred sockets were made of a hundred talents, one talent being reckoned for every socket. 28And of the thousand seven hundred and seventy-five he made the heads of the pillars, which also he overlaid with silver. 29And there were offered of brass also seventy-two thousand talents, and four hundred sicles besides. 30Of which were cast the sockets in the entry of the tabernacle of the testimony, and the altar of brass with the grate thereof, and all the vessels that belong to the use thereof. 31And the sockets of the court as well round about as in the entry thereof, and the pins of the tabernacle and of the court round about.
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