11Now Bezalelmade the ark of acaciawood; its length was two and a halfacubits, and its width one and a halfcubits, and its height one and a halfcubits;
and he overlaid it with puregoldinside and out, and made a goldmolding for it allaround.
He castfourrings of gold for it on its fourfeet; even tworings on oneside of it, and tworings on the botherside of it.
He madepoles of acaciawood and overlaid them with gold.
He put the poles into the rings on the sides of the ark, to carrycit.
He made a dmercyseat of puregold, two and a halfcubitselong and one and a halfcubitsfwide.
He madetwocherubim of gold; he made them of hammeredworkgat the twoends of the mercyseat;
8onecherubhat the oneend and onecherubiat the otherend; he made the cherubim of one piece with the mercyseatjat the twoends.
The cherubimhad their wingsspreadupward, covering the kmercyseat with their wings, with their facestowardeachother; the faces of the cherubim were toward the mercyseat.
102Then he made the table of acaciawood, two lcubitsmlong and a cubitnwide and one and a halfcubitsohigh.
He overlaid it with puregold, and made a goldmolding for it allaround.
He made a rim for it of a handbreadthallaround, and made a goldmolding for its rimallaround.
He castfourgoldrings for it and put the rings on the fourcorners that were on its fourfeet.
14Close by the rim were the rings, the holders for the poles to carry the table.
He made the poles of acaciawood and overlaid them with gold, to carry the table.
He made the utensilswhich were on the table, its pdishes and its pans and its qbowls and its jars, with which to pour out drinkofferings, of puregold.
173Then he made the lampstand of puregold. He made the lampstand of hammeredwork, its base and its shaft; its cups, its rbulbs and its flowers were of one piece with it.
There were sixbranchesgoing out of its sides; threebranches of the lampstand from the oneside of it and threebranches of the lampstand from the sotherside of it;
19threecupsshapedlikealmond blossoms, a tbulb and a flower in onebranch, and threecupsshapedlikealmond blossoms, a ubulb and a flower in the otherbranch-so for the sixbranchesgoing out of the lampstand.
In the lampstand there were fourcupsshapedlikealmond blossoms, its vbulbs and its flowers;
and a wbulb was under the first pair of branches coming out of it, and a xbulbunder the second pair of branches coming out of it, and a ybulbunder the third pair of branches coming out of it, for the sixbranchescoming out of the lampstand.
Their zbulbs and their branches were of one piece with it; the whole of it was a singlehammeredwork of puregold.
He made its sevenlamps with its snuffers and its aatrays of puregold.
He made it and all its utensils from a talent of puregold.
254Then he made the altar of incense of acaciawood: a cubitbblong and a cubitccwide, square, and two cubitsddhigh; its horns were of one piece with it.
He overlaid it with puregold, its top and its eesidesallaround, and its horns; and he made a goldmolding for it allaround.
He madetwogoldenrings for it under its molding, on its twosides -on oppositesides -as holders for poles with which to carry it.
He made the poles of acaciawood and overlaid them with gold.
295And he made the holyanointingoil and the pure, fragrantincense of spices, the work of a perfumer.