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The Great Bible 1539



27:1And thou shalt make an aultare of sethim wodd: fyue cubytes longe and fyue cubytes brode. For it shall be foure square, and thre cubytes hye.
27:2And thou shalt make it hornes in the foure corners of it the hornes shalbe of it selfe, and thou shalt couer it with brasse.
27:3And make hys asshepannes, shouels, basens, fleshhokes, fyrepannes & all the apparell therof for the same, of brasse.
27:4And thou shalt make vnto it a gredyern also (lyke a net) of brasse. And vpon that net shalt thou make foure brasen rynges in the foure corners therof:
27:5and thou shalt put it vnder the compase of the altare beneth, that the net maye be in the myddes of the altare.
27:6And thou shalt make (two) barres for the altare of sethim wodd, and couer them with brasse,
27:7and let them be put in rynges a longe by the sydes of the altare to beare it wt all.
27:8And make the aulter holowe with bordes: euen as it was shewed the in the mount, so shall they make it.
27:9And thou shalt make the courte of the habitacyon, that there maye be in the south syde hangynges of white twyned sylke, of an hundred cubytes longe, for one syde,
27:10and .xx. pyllers therof, with theyr .xx. sockettes of brasse: but the knoppes of the pyllers & theyr whopes shalbe syluer.
27:11In lykewyse on the north syde there shalbe hangynges of an hundred cubytes longe and .xx. pylers with their twentye sockettes of brasse, and the knoppes and the whopes of syluer.
27:12But vpon the west syde the bredth of ye courte shal haue an hanginge of fiftie cubites longe, & ten pilers vpon ten sokettes.
27:13And the breadth of the court which is eastwarde, shall haue fyftye cubytes.
27:14Hangynges of fyftene cubytes in the one syde: and their pillers with their thre sockettes:
27:15and lykewyse on the other syde shalbe hanginges of fiftene cubites with their thre pillers and thre sockettes.
27:16And in the gate of the court shalbe a vayle of twentye cubites of yelowe silk, purple, and skarlet & whyte twined silke, wrought with nedle worke: & foure pillers with their foure sockettes.
27:17All the pillers round about the court shalbe whoped with syluer, & their knoppes shalbe of syluer, and their sockettes of brasse.
27:18The length of the court shalbe an hundred cubites, and the breadth fyftye & the heigth fyue. And the hanginges shalbe of whyte twined sylk, and their sockettes of brasse.
27:19All the vesselles of the habitation in all maner seruice and the pynnes therof: yee, and all the pynnes also of the courte shalbe of brasse.
27:20And thou shalt commaunde the children of Israel, that they geue the pure oyle olyue beaten for the lyght, to powre allwaye into the lampes.
27:21In the tabernacle of witnesse without the vayle which is before the witnes, shall Aaron and his sonnes dresse it both euening and mornyng before the Lorde: and it shalbe a statute for euer vnto the generations of the children of Israel.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."