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  • 'The Dwelling itself you will make with ten sheets of finely woven linen dyed violet-purple, red-purple and crimson. You will have them embroidered with great winged creatures. (Exodus 26, 1)

  • The length of a single sheet is to be twenty-eight cubits, its width four cubits, all the sheets to be of the same size. (Exodus 26, 2)

  • Five of the sheets are to be joined to one another, and the other five sheets are to be joined to one another. (Exodus 26, 3)

  • You will also make fifty gold clasps, and join the sheets together with the clasps. In this way the Dwelling will be a unified whole. (Exodus 26, 6)

  • 'You will make sheets of goats' hair to form a tent over the Dwelling; you will make eleven of these. (Exodus 26, 7)

  • The length of a single sheet must be thirty cubits and its width four cubits, the eleven sheets to be all of the same size. (Exodus 26, 8)

  • You will join five sheets together into one set, and six sheets into another; the sixth you will fold double over the front of the tent. (Exodus 26, 9)

  • 'Of the extra part of the sheets that overlap, half is to hang down the back of the Dwelling. (Exodus 26, 12)

  • The extra cubit on either side along the length of the tent sheets must hang down the sides of the Dwelling on either side to cover it. (Exodus 26, 13)

  • All the most skilled of the men doing the work made the Dwelling. Moses made it with ten sheets of finely woven linen, dyed violet-purple, red-purple and crimson and embroidered with great winged creatures. (Exodus 36, 8)

  • The length of a single sheet was twenty-eight cubits, its width four cubits, all the sheets being of the same size. (Exodus 36, 9)

  • He joined five of the sheets to one another, and the other five sheets to one another. (Exodus 36, 10)


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