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Matthew's Bible 1537



27:1And thou shalt make an aulter of sethim wood: fyue cubytes longe & .v. cubytes brode that it be foure square & .iij. cubytes hye.
27:2And make it hornes procedyng out in the .iiij. corners of it, & couerte wyth brasse.
27:3And make hys asshepannes shouels, basens, fleshhokes, fire pannes and al the apparel therof, of brasse
27:4and thou shalt make a grederin also like a net, of brasse: vpon whose .iiij. corners shalbe .iiij. brasen rynges:
27:5and the grederyn shall reache vnto the middes of the altare.
27:6And thou shalt make staues for the altare of sethym wood, and couer them with brasse,
27:7and let them be put in rynges a long by the sydes of the altar to beare it wt al
27:8& make the aulter holow wt bordes: euen as it was shewed the vpon that mount, so let them make it.
27:9And thou shalt make a courte vnto the habytacyon, which shall haue in the south syde hanginges of twined bysse, beinge an hundred cubytes long,
27:10& .xx. pillers therof, with their .xx. sockettes of brasse: but the knoppes of the pyllers and their whopes shalbe syluer.
27:11In lykewyse on the north syde there shalbe hanginges of an hundred cubytes long and .xx. pillers by ther sockettes of brasse, & the knoppes & whopes of syluer.
27:12And in the breadeth of the courte westwarde, there shalbe hangynges of fyfty cubytes long, and .x. pyllers wyth their .x. sockettes.
27:13And in the breadth of the courte eastwarde towarde the rysynge of the sonne, shalbe hangynges of .l. cubytes.
27:14Hangynges of .xv. cubites in the one syde of it with .iij. pyllers & .iij. sockettes:
27:15& likewyse on the other syde shalbe hangynges of .xv. cubytes with .iij. pyllers and, sockettes.
27:16And in the gat of the courte shalbe a vaile of .xx. cubytes of iacincte, scarlet, purpull & twyned bisse wrought with nedle worke, and .iiii. pyllers wyth their .iiij. socketes.
27:17All the pyllers round about the courte shalbe whoped with syluer, & their knoppes of syluer, & their sockettes of brasse.
27:18The length of that court shall be an hundred cubites, & the breadeth .l. & the heygth fyue, and the hangynges shalbe of twyned bysse and the sockettes of brasse.
27:19And al the vessels of the habitacyon to all maner seruyce & the pynnes therof: yea and the pynnes also of the court, shalbe brasse.
27:20And commaund the children of Israel that they geue the pure oyle olyue beaten for the lyghtes to poure all waye into the lampes.
27:21In the tabernacle of witnesse wythout the vayle which is before the wytnesse: & Aaron & hys sonnes shall dresse it both euen & mornyng before the Lorde: and it shalbe a dewty for euer vnto youre generacyons after you to be geuen of the chyldren of Israel.
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.