Friday, July 30, 2004

Exodus 27

A 7'6" x 7'6" acacia wood table, overlaid with bronze and with horns at each corner,  is used at the altar.  It is equipped with bronze ashpots, shovels, sprinkling bowls, meat forks and firepans.  A grating, halfway up the altar, is placed underneath the altar's ledge. 

A courtyard 150' x 75' is formed from twisted linen curtains suspended on posts with bronze bases and held up by silver hooks.  There are 20 posts each on the north and south side, and 10 on the west side.  Six posts are used on the east side to support curtains totaling 45' wide, leaving an aperture of 5' for entry. 

Clear olive oil is to be used in the lampstand for illumination at night. 


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