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Shmot (Exodus) 36 :: Septuagint (LXX)

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Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:1 - καὶ ἐποίησεν Βεσελεηλ καὶ Ελιαβ καὶ πᾶς σοφὸς τῇ διανοίᾳ ᾧ ἐδόθη σοφία καὶ ἐπιστήμη ἐν αὐτοῗς συνιέναι ποιεῗν πάντα τὰ ἔργα κατὰ τὰ ἅγια καθήκοντα κατὰ πάντα ὅσα συνέταξεν κύριος

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:2 - καὶ ἐκάλεσεν Μωυσῆς Βεσελεηλ καὶ Ελιαβ καὶ πάντας τοὺς ἔχοντας τὴν σοφίαν ᾧ ἔδωκεν ὁ θεὸς ἐπιστήμην ἐν τῇ καρδίᾳ καὶ πάντας τοὺς ἑκουσίως βουλομένους προσπορεύεσθαι πρὸς τὰ ἔργα ὥστε συντελεῗν αὐτά

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:3 - καὶ ἔλαβον παρὰ Μωυσῆ πάντα τὰ ἀφαιρέματα ἃ ἤνεγκαν οἱ υἱοὶ Ισραηλ εἰς πάντα τὰ ἔργα τοῦ ἁγίου ποιεῗν αὐτά καὶ αὐτοὶ προσεδέχοντο ἔτι τὰ προσφερόμενα παρὰ τῶν φερόντων τὸ πρωὶ πρωί

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:4 - καὶ παρεγίνοντο πάντες οἱ σοφοὶ οἱ ποιοῦντες τὰ ἔργα τοῦ ἁγίου ἕκαστος κατὰ τὸ αὐτοῦ ἔργον ὃ αὐτοὶ ἠργάζοντο

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:5 - καὶ εἶπαν πρὸς Μωυσῆν ὅτι πλῆθος φέρει ὁ λαὸς παρὰ τὰ ἔργα ὅσα συνέταξεν κύριος ποιῆσαι

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:6 - καὶ προσέταξεν Μωυσῆς καὶ ἐκήρυξεν ἐν τῇ παρεμβολῇ λέγων ἀνὴρ καὶ γυνὴ μηκέτι ἐργαζέσθωσαν εἰς τὰς ἀπαρχὰς τοῦ ἁγίου καὶ ἐκωλύθη ὁ λαὸς ἔτι προσφέρειν

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:7 - καὶ τὰ ἔργα ἦν αὐτοῗς ἱκανὰ εἰς τὴν κατασκευὴν ποιῆσαι καὶ προσκατέλιπον

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:8 - (LXX 37:1)καὶ ἐποίησαν τῇ σκηνῇ δέκα αὐλαίας

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:9 - (LXX 37:2)ὀκτὼ καὶ εἴκοσι πήχεων μῆκος τῆς αὐλαίας τῆς μιᾶς τὸ αὐτὸ ἦσαν πᾶσαι καὶ τεσσάρων πηχῶν τὸ εὖρος τῆς αὐλαίας τῆς μιᾶς

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:34 - (LXX 38:18)οὗτος περιηργύρωσεν τοὺς στύλους καὶ ἐχώνευσεν τῷ στύλῳ δακτυλίους χρυσοῦς καὶ ἐχρύσωσεν τοὺς μοχλοὺς χρυσίῳ καὶ κατεχρύσωσεν τοὺς στύλους τοῦ καταπετάσματος χρυσίῳ καὶ ἐποίησεν τὰς ἀγκύλας χρυσᾶς (38:19)οὗτος ἐποίησεν καὶ τοὺς κρίκους τῆς σκηνῆς χρυσοῦς καὶ τοὺς κρίκους τῆς αὐλῆς καὶ κρίκους εἰς τὸ ἐκτείνειν τὸ κατακάλυμμα ἄνωθεν χαλκοῦς (38:20)οὗτος ἐχώνευσεν τὰς κεφαλίδας τὰς ἀργυρᾶς τῆς σκηνῆς καὶ τὰς κεφαλίδας τὰς χαλκᾶς τῆς θύρας τῆς σκηνῆς καὶ τὴν πύλην τῆς αὐλῆς καὶ ἀγκύλας ἐποίησεν τοῗς στύλοις ἀργυρᾶς ἐπὶ τῶν στύλων οὗτος περιηργύρωσεν αὐτάς

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:35 - (LXX 37:3)καὶ ἐποίησαν τὸ καταπέτασμα ἐξ ὑακίνθου καὶ πορφύρας καὶ κοκκίνου νενησμένου καὶ βύσσου κεκλωσμένης ἔργον ὑφάντου χερουβιμ

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:36 - (LXX 37:4)καὶ ἐπέθηκαν αὐτὸ ἐπὶ τέσσαρας στύλους ἀσήπτους κατακεχρυσωμένους ἐν χρυσίῳ καὶ αἱ κεφαλίδες αὐτῶν χρυσαῗ καὶ αἱ βάσεις αὐτῶν τέσσαρες ἀργυραῗ

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:37 - (LXX 37:5)καὶ ἐποίησαν τὸ καταπέτασμα τῆς θύρας τῆς σκηνῆς τοῦ μαρτυρίου ἐξ ὑακίνθου καὶ πορφύρας καὶ κοκκίνου νενησμένου καὶ βύσσου κεκλωσμένης ἔργον ὑφάντου χερουβιμ

Unchecked Copy BoxExo 36:38 - (LXX 37:6)καὶ τοὺς στύλους αὐτοῦ πέντε καὶ τοὺς κρίκους καὶ τὰς κεφαλίδας αὐτῶν καὶ τὰς ψαλίδας αὐτῶν κατεχρύσωσαν χρυσίῳ καὶ αἱ βάσεις αὐτῶν πέντε χαλκαῗ
LXX Footnotes
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
Some portions of the Old Testament have small, consistent differences in verse numbering between the Hebrew and Greek Septuagint texts. For example, most of the Psalms are numbered by a difference of one. That is, Psalm 119 in the Hebrew/English is Psalm 118 in the Greek. In these cases, we display the Psalm 118 Greek with the Psalm 119 Hebrew/English so as to aid the user in his or her study. In Jeremiah, these differences are greater because of a variant Hebrew source text that may have been used by the original LXX translators.
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