Then he 1brought me to the a2nave and measured the 3sidepillars; sixcubitswide on eachside was the width of the bsidepillar.
The width of the entrance was tencubits and the csides of the entrance were fivecubits on eachside. And he measureddthe length of the nave, 4fortycubits, and the width, 5twentycubits.
Then he wente6inside and measured each 7sidepillar of the doorway, twocubits, and the doorway, sixcubits high; and the width of the doorway, sevencubits.
He measured its length, 8twentycubits, and the width, twentycubits, before the 9nave; and he said to me, "This is the 10mostholy place."
Then he measured the wall of the ftemple, sixcubits; and the width of the 11sidechambers, fourcubits, allaroundabout the house on everyside.
612The sidechambers were in three stories, goneaboveanother, and hthirty in eachstory; and ithe side chambers13extended to the wallwhich stood on jtheir inwardsideallaround, that they might be fastened, and not be fastened into the wall of the temple itself.
The sidechamberssurrounding the temple were wider at each successivestory. Because the 14structure surrounding the temple went upward by stages on allsides of the temple, therefore the width of the temple increased as it went higher; and thus one went up from the lowest story to the highest by way of the ksecond story.
I saw also that the house had a raisedlplatformallaround; the foundations of the sidechambers were a fullrod of 15sixmlongcubits in height.
The nthickness of the outerwall of the sidechambers was fivecubits. But the 16freespacebetween the sidechambers belonging to the temple10
and the outer 17chambers was twentycubits in widthallaround the temple on everyside.
The odoorways of the psidechambers toward the 18freespace consisted of onedoorwaytoward the north and anotherdoorway toward the south; and the width of the 19freespace was fivecubitsallaround.
The 20building that was in front of the 21separatearea at the sidetoward the west was seventycubitswide; and the wall of the building was fivecubitsqthickallaround, and its length was ninetycubits.
Then he measured the temple, a 22hundredcubitslong; the 23separatearea with the 24building and its walls were also a 25hundredcubitslong.
Also the width of the front of the temple and that of the separaterareas along the east side totaled a hundredcubits.
He measured the length of the 26buildingsalong the front of the 27separateareabehind it, with a t28gallery on eachside, a hundredcubits; he also measured the innernave and the porches of the court.
The 29thresholds, the u30latticedwindows and the v31galleriesroundabout their 32three stories, opposite the threshold, were 33paneled with woodall around, and from the ground to the windows (but the windows were covered ),
17over the entrance, and to the innerhouse, and on the outside, and on all the wallallaroundinside and outside, by measurement.
It was wcarved with 34cherubim and 35palmtrees; and a palmtree was betweencherub and cherub, and every cherub had twofaces,
a 36man'sfacetoward the palmtree on one side and a young37lion'sfacetoward the palmtree on the other side; they were xcarved on all the houseallaround.
From the ground to above the entrance38cherubim and 39palmtrees were ycarved, as well as on the wall of the nave.
The 40doorposts of the 41nave were square; as for the front of the sanctuary, the appearance of one doorpost was like that of the other.
The 42altar was of wood, threecubitshigh and its lengthtwocubits; its corners, its zbase and its aasides were of wood. And he said to me, "This is the 43table that is before the LORD."
The 44nave and the 45sanctuary each had a double46door.
Each of the doors had twoleaves, twobb47swingingleaves; two leaves for onedoor and twoleaves for the other.
Also there were cccarved on them, on the doors of the nave, 48cherubim and 49palmtrees like those ddcarved on the walls; and there was a ee50threshold of wood on the front of the porchoutside .
There were ff51latticedwindows and 52palmtrees on one side and on the other, on the sides of the 53porch; thus were the 54sidechambers of the house and the ggthresholds.