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At the beginning of the wall of the court toward the south,a facing the separate area and facing the building, there were rooms Bible see other translations
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As per the LXX

“At the beginning of the wall of the court toward the south.” This is the reading of the Septuagint, which makes good sense and is accepted by many scholars and is in some English versions (cp. NAB; NET; NIV; NLT; RSV. The NRSV put the rooms in the passageway, but not in the wall). The Masoretic Hebrew text became corrupted in copying and reads “In the width of the wall of the court toward the east.” However, it does not seem that the wall would have been wide enough to have rooms in it, but more to the point is that Ezekiel 42:11-12 mentions the rooms to the south, while no other verse mentions rooms that were in the wall, and from the context, the wall ran north-south, so “east” does not seem to fit well either.


Commentary for: Ezekiel 42:10

 
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