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Ezekiel 42:20 DBY

20 He measured it on the four sides; it had a wall round about, five hundred long, and five hundred broad, to make a separation between that which was holy and that which was common.

Study tools for Ezekiel 42:20

  • a 42:3 - The meaning of the Hebrew word is disputed.
  • b 42:4 - According to LXX and modern critics. The Hebrew reads 'one cubit.'
  • c 42:7 - Or 'enclosure:' so vers. 10,12.
  • d 42:9 - Others read, 'And under it (i.e. under the wall, or enclosure) were these cells: the entry was,' &c.
  • e 42:10 - According to the LXX and others: see ver. 12. The Hebrew text reads 'east,' but the 'east' had nothing to do with 'the separate place,' which ran round the three sides only, north, west, and south.