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  • The length of one canopy shall hold thirty cubits, and the width, four. The measure of all the canopies shall be equal. (Exodus 26, 8)




  • Five of these you shall join by themselves, and six of these you shall couple to one another, in such a manner as to double the sixth canopy at the front of the roof. (Exodus 26, 9)

  • You shall also make fifty loops along the edge of one canopy, so that it may be able to be joined with the other, and fifty loops along the edge of the other canopy, so that it may be coupled with the other. (Exodus 26, 10)

  • Then what will be left over of the canopies which are prepared for the roof, that is, one canopy which is in excess, from half of it you shall cover the back of the tabernacle. (Exodus 26, 12)

  • one canopy held in length thirty cubits, and in width four cubits. All the canopies were of one measure. (Exodus 36, 15)

  • And he made fifty loops along the edge of one canopy, and fifty along the edge of the other canopy, so that they might be joined to one another, (Exodus 36, 17)

  • Also, the canopy for the Sabbath, which he had built in the temple, and the exterior entrance of the king, he converted into the temple of the Lord, because of the king of the Assyrians. (2 Kings 16, 18)




  • And so, Judith looked upon Holofernes, sitting under a canopy, which was woven from purple and gold, with emeralds and precious stones. (Judith 10, 19)

  • And she struck him twice on his neck, and she cut off his head, and she took off his canopy from the pillars, and she rolled away the trunk of his body. (Judith 13, 10)

  • Then, taking the head of Holofernes from the bag, she displayed it to them, saying: “Behold, the head of Holofernes the leader of the military of the Assyrians, and behold his canopy, under which he reclined in his drunkenness, where the Lord our God struck him by the hand of a woman. (Judith 13, 19)

  • Moreover, Judith offered all the implements of war from Holofernes, which the people gave to her, and the canopy that she had taken away from his chamber, as an anathema unto oblivion. (Judith 16, 23)

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