1 He took me northward into the court and led me to the rooms facing the outer court, and the building to the north. 2 They were one hundred cubits long on the north side and fifty cubits wide. 3 On the sides facing the entrance of the inner court and the paving of the outer court was a gallery in front of the triple gallery, 4 and in front of the rooms was a walk, ten cubits broad measured inward and a hun dred cubits long
10 In the thickness of the wall of the court, on the south side fronting the court and the building, were rooms. 11 A walk ran in front of them, as with the rooms built on the north side
15 When he had finished measuring the inside of the Temple, he took me out to the east gate and measured the whole area of the court. 16 He measured the east side with his measuring rod: a total of five hun dred cubits by the measuring rod. 17 He then measured the north side: five hundred cubits by the measuring rod. 18 He then measured the south side: five hundred cubits by the measuring rod. 19 On the west side he measured five hundred cu bits. 20 So he meas ured the entire enclosing wall on all four sides: length five hundred, breadth five hun dred. This separated the sacred from the profane.