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  • You are to make forty silver bases for putting under the twenty boards thus: two bases under the first board to receive its two matching arms, and so on for the other boards. (Exodus 26, 19)

  • supported by forty silver bases, two bases under each board. (Exodus 26, 21)

  • So there will be eight boards with their sixteen silver bases: two bases under the first board and so on. (Exodus 26, 25)

  • You are to hang it on four posts of acacia wood covered with gold and furnished with gold hooks and set in four silver bases. (Exodus 26, 32)

  • And you shall have for this curtain five posts of acacia wood covered with gold, with gold hooks; for these you are to cast five bronze bases. (Exodus 26, 37)

  • Their twenty bronze posts are to be set in the twenty bronze bases and to have hooks and rods of silver. (Exodus 27, 10)

  • So too for the northern side there are to be hangings one hundred cubits long, and twenty posts set in twenty bases, with their hooks and rods of silver. (Exodus 27, 11)

  • Across the width of the court, on the western side, there are to be fifty cubits of hangings, carried on ten posts set in ten bases. (Exodus 27, 12)

  • On one side of the gateway there are to be fifteen cubits of hangings, carried on three posts set in three bases. (Exodus 27, 14)

  • On the other side of the gateway there are also to be fifteen cubits of hangings, carried on three posts set in three bases. (Exodus 27, 15)

  • The gateway to the court is to consist of a curtain twenty cubits wide made of purple wool, violet shade and red, of crimson wool and fine twined linen, the work of a skilled embroiderer, carried on four posts set in their four bases. (Exodus 27, 16)

  • All the posts enclosing the court are to be connected by silver rods; their hooks are to be of silver, their bases of bronze. (Exodus 27, 17)


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