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  • and gave the people these instructions, 'When you see the ark of the covenant of Yahweh your God being carried by the levitical priests, you will leave your position and follow it,so that you may know which way to take, since you have never gone this way before. Between you and the ark, however, keep a distance of about two thousand cubits: do not go near it.' (Joshua 3, 3)

  • Between you and the ark, however, keep a distance of about two thousand cubits: do not go near it.' (Joshua 3, 4)

  • A champion stepped out from the Philistine ranks; his name was Goliath, from Gath; he was six cubits and one span tall. (1 Samuel 17, 4)

  • The temple which King Solomon built for Yahweh was sixty cubits long, twenty cubits wide and twenty-five high. (1 Kings 6, 2)

  • The portico in front of the Hekal of the Temple was twenty cubits long across the width of the Temple and ten cubits wide along the length of the Temple. (1 Kings 6, 3)

  • the lowest lateral storey was five cubits wide, the middle one six cubits, and the third seven cubits, for he had made the outside of the Temple wall correspondingly stepped back all round, so that the annex was not attached to the Temple walls. (1 Kings 6, 6)

  • Round the outside of the Temple he then built the annex which was five cubits high and was joined to the Temple by cedar-wood beams. (1 Kings 6, 10)

  • The twenty cubits measured from the end of the Temple he built of cedar planks from the floor to the beams, and this part was reserved as the Debir, the Holy of Holies. (1 Kings 6, 16)

  • The Temple measured forty cubits -- the Hekal -- in front of the Debir. (1 Kings 6, 17)

  • The Debir was twenty cubits long, twenty cubits wide, and twenty high, and he overlaid it on the inside with pure gold. He made an altar of cedar wood (1 Kings 6, 20)

  • In the Debir he made two great winged creatures of wild-olive wood. . .It was ten cubits high. (1 Kings 6, 23)

  • One winged creature's wing was five cubits long and the other wing five cubits: ten cubits from wing tip to wing tip. (1 Kings 6, 24)


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