Solomon put the angels in the inner room of the temple. The wings of the angels extended so that the wing of one of the angels touched the one wall, and the wing of the other touched the other wall. Their remaining wings touched each other in the center of the room.
He covered the angels with gold.
He carved angels, palm trees, and flowers into the walls all around the inner and outer rooms of the temple.
He covered the floor of the inner and outer rooms of the temple with gold.
He made doors for the entrance to the inner room out of olive wood. The doorposts had five sides.
The two doors were [made out of] olive wood. He carved angels, palm trees, and flowers into them and covered them with gold. The gold was hammered onto the angels and the palm trees.
In the same way he made square doorposts out of olive wood for the temple's entrance.
He made two doors from cypress. Each of the doors had two folding panels.
On them he carved angels, palm trees, and flowers. He evenly covered them with gold.
He built the inner courtyard with three courses of finished stones and a course of finished cedar beams.
In the month of Ziv of the fourth year of Solomon's reign, the foundation of the LORD's temple was laid.