He made also the altar of burnt sacrifice of the wood of shittim, of five cubits by square, and of three cubits in height; (And he made the altar of burnt sacrifice out of shittim wood, or acacia wood, five cubits square, and three cubits in height;)
whose horns came forth [out] of the corners, and he covered it with plates of brass. (whose horns came forth out of the corners, and he covered it with bronze plates.)
And into the uses thereof he made ready of brass diverse vessels, cauldrons, tongs, fleshhooks, hooks, and firepans. (And he made diverse vessels out of bronze for use with it, yea, the cauldrons, tongs, fleshhooks, hooks, and firepans.)
He made also the brazen griddle thereof, in (the) manner of a net (And he made its bronze griddle, which was like a net), and a firepan under it, (in) the midst of the altar.
And he melted out four rings, by so many ends of the griddle, to put in the bars [for] to bear it; (And he made four bronze rings, to fasten to the four corners of the griddle, for the bars to be put through, to carry it;)
and he made those same bars of the wood of shittim, and covered them with plates of brass. (and he made those bars out of shittim wood, and covered them with bronze plates.)
And he led them into the rings that stood forth in the sides of the altar. Forsooth that altar was not firm, but hollow of the building of the boards, and void within. (And he put them through the rings that were fastened to the sides of the altar. And that altar was not solid, but hollow, having been built out of boards, and so was empty within.)
He made also a great washing vessel of brass, with his foundament, of the mirrors (of brass) of the women that watched in the great street of the tabernacle. (And he made a great bronze washing vessel, and its bronze foundation, or its bronze base, out of the bronze mirrors belonging to the women who served at the entrance to the Tabernacle of the Witnessing.)