2 Chronicles 34:11
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King James Version
Even to the artificers and builders gave they it, to buy hewn stone, and timber for couplings, and to floor the houses which the kings of Judah had destroyed.

Darby Bible Translation
they gave it to the carpenters and the builders, to buy hewn stone, and timber for the joists, and to floor the houses that the kings of Judah had destroyed.

World English Bible
even to the carpenters and to the builders gave they it, to buy cut stone, and timber for couplings, and to make beams for the houses which the kings of Judah had destroyed.

Young's Literal Translation
and they give it to artificers, and to builders, to buy hewn stones, and wood for couplings and for beams to the houses that the kings of Judah had destroyed.

2 Chronicles 34:11 Parallel
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King James Translators' Notes

to floor: or, to rafter

Geneva Study Bible

Even to the artificers and builders gave they it, to buy hewn stone, and timber for couplings, and to floor the {f} houses which the kings of Judah had destroyed.

(f) For there were many portions and pieces annexed to the temple.2 Chronicles 34:11 Parallel Commentaries

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