And from under these chambers
Or, "from the lower part of these chambers" F26; or, "from the lowest" of them there was a space, as may be supplied, and as is by Cocceius and Starchius; and as there was a wall to the west of them, so there was a void space to the east; and as follows: the entry on the east side:
or, "he that brought me from the east" F1, as the Keri; and coming eastward to these chambers, one must needs go through this space: as one goeth into them from the utter court;
if a man went eastward into those chambers from the outward court he must go through this space, which lay to the east of the lowest chambers: or the sense is, that from under the north chambers to the south was an entry on the east side, which led from one to the other.
F26 (halh twkvlh txtymw) "et ab ima, parte exedrarum", Vatablus; "et infra calles has [fuisse spatium]", Cocceius, Starckius.
F1 (aybmh Mydqhm) "is qui deducebat me ab oriente", Junius & Tremellius; "quumque is qui introduxerat me ab orientes", Piscator.