Coverdale(i) 1 Then wrought Bezaleel & Ahaliab & all the wyse herted men, vnto whom the LORDE had geuen wysdome & vnderstondinge to knowe, how they shulde make all maner worke for the seruyce of the Sanctuary, acordinge vnto all yt the LORDE commaunded. 2 And Moses called for Bezaleel & Ahaliab, & all the wyse herted men, vnto whom the LORDE had geuen wysdome in their hertes, namely, all soch as wyllingly offred them selues there, & came to laboure in the worke. 3 And they receaued of Moses all the Heue offerynges, that the children of Israel had brought for the worke of the seruyce of the Sanctuary, that it might be made: & euery morninge brought they their willinge offerynges vnto him. 4 Then came all the wyse men yt wrought in the worke of the Sanctuary, euery one fro his worke that he made, 5 & sayde vnto Moses: The people bryngeth to moch, more the nede is for the worke of this seruice, which the LORDE hath comaunded to make. 6 The commaunded Moses, that it shulde be proclamed thorow out the hoost: No man brynge more to the Heue offerynge of the Sanctuary. Then were the people forbydden to brynge: 7 for there was stuff ynough for all maner of worke, that was to be made, and to moch. 8 So all ye wyse herted men amonge the yt wrought in ye worke of the Habitacion, made ten curtaynes of whyte twyned sylke, yalow sylke, scarlet, purple, with Cherubyns of broderd worke. 9 The legth of one curtayne was eight and twentye cubites, and the bredth foure cubites, & were all of one measure: 10 & he coupled the curtaynes fyue & fyue together one to the other. 11 And made yalow loupes a longe by ye edge of euery curtayne, where they shulde be coupled together: 12 fiftie loupes vpo euery curtayne, wherby one might be coupled to another. 13 And made fiftie buttons of golde, and with the buttons he coupled the curtaynes together one to the other, that it might be one couerynge. 14 And he made xj. curtaynes of goates hayre (for the tent ouer the habitacion) 15 of thirtie cubytes longe, & foure cubytes brode, all of one measure, 16 & coupled fyue together by them selues, and sixe by them selues, 17 & made fiftie loupes a longe by ye edge of euery curtayne, wherby they might be coupled together, 18 & made fiftie buttons of brasse, to couple ye tent together withall. 19 And made ouer ye tent a couerynge of reed skynnes of rammes, and ouer that a couerynge of Doo skynnes. 20 And made stondinge bordes for the Habitacion, of Fyrre tre, 21 euery one ten cubytes longe, and a cubyte and a half brode, 22 & two fete vnto euery one, wherby one might be ioyned to another: 23 that on the south syde there stode twentye of the same bordes: 24 and made fourtye syluer sokettes there vnder, vnder euery borde two sokettes for his two fete. 25 In like maner for the other syde of the Habitacion towarde the north, he made twentye bordes 26 also with fourtye syluer sokettes, vnder euery borde two sokettes: 27 But behynde the Habitacion vpon the west syde, he made sixe bordes, 28 and two other for the corners of the Habitacion behynde, 29 that either of them both might be ioyned with his corner borde from vnder vp, and aboue vpon the heade to come together with a clampe: 30 so that there were eight bordes, and sixtene sokettes of syluer, vnder euery one two sokettes. 31 And he made barres of Fyrre tre, fyue for the bordes vpon the one syde of the Habitacion, 32 and fyue vpon the other syde, and fyue behynde towarde the west: 33 and made the barres to shute thorow the bordes, from the one ende to the other, 34 and euerlayde the bordes with golde. But their rynges made he of golde for the barres, and ouerlayde ye barres with golde. 35 And made Cherubyns vpon the hangynge with broderd worke, of yalow sylke, scarlet, purple, & whyte twyned sylke. 36 And made for the same, foure pilers of Fyrretre, and ouerlayed them with golde, and their knoppes of golde, and cast foure sokettes of syluer for them. 37 And made an hanginge in the Tabernacle dore, of yalow sylke, scarlet, purple, and whyte twyned sylke, of nedle worke, 38 and fyue pilers therto with their knoppes (& ouerlayed their knoppes and whopes with golde) and fyue sokettes of brasse there to.