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  • in other words, the four corners of the court contained four small compounds, forty cubits by thirty, all four being the same size. (Ezekiel 46, 22)

  • The man went off to the east holding his measuring line and measured off a thousand cubits; he then made me wade across the stream; the water reached my ankles. (Ezekiel 47, 3)

  • One portion bordering Judah, from the eastern limit to the western limit, is the portion which you must set aside, twenty-five thousand cubits wide, and as long as each of the other portions from the eastern limit to the western limit. The sanctuary will be in the centre of it. (Ezekiel 48, 8)

  • "The portion which you must set aside for Yahweh must be twenty-five thousand cubits long and ten thousand cubits wide. (Ezekiel 48, 9)

  • This sacred portion must belong to the priests, being, on the north side, twenty-five thousand cubits; on the west side ten thousand cubits wide, on the east side ten thousand cubits wide and on the south side twenty-five thousand cubits long; the sanctuary of Yahweh will be in the centre of it. (Ezekiel 48, 10)

  • The territory of the Levites, like the territory of the priests, must be twenty-five thousand cubits long and ten thousand wide -- the whole length being twenty-five thousand and the width ten thousand. (Ezekiel 48, 13)

  • As regards the remainder, an area of five thousand cubits by twenty-five thousand, this must be for the common use of the city, for houses and pastures. In the middle will be the city. (Ezekiel 48, 15)

  • These will be its dimensions: on the north side, four thousand five hundred cubits; on the south side, four thousand five hundred cubits; on the east side, four thousand five hundred cubits; on the west side, four thousand five hundred cubits. (Ezekiel 48, 16)

  • The pasture land of the city must extend two hundred and fifty cubits to the north, two hundred and fifty to the south, two hundred and fifty to the east, two hundred and fifty to the west. (Ezekiel 48, 17)

  • One strip, contiguous to the sacred portion, must be left over, consisting of ten thousand cubits to eastward and ten thousand to westward, marching with the sacred portion; this will bring in a revenue for feeding the municipal workmen. (Ezekiel 48, 18)

  • The portion must have a total area of twenty-five thousand cubits by twenty-five thousand. You must allocate a square area from the sacred portion to constitute the city. (Ezekiel 48, 20)

  • What is left over will be for the prince, on either side of the sacred portion and of the property of the city, marching with the twenty-five thousand cubits to eastward to the eastern frontier, and marching with the twenty-five thousand cubits to westward to the western frontier-- running parallel with the other portions and belonging to the prince. In the centre will be the sacred portion and the sanctuary of the Temple. (Ezekiel 48, 21)


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