1 Kings 7:4
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New American Standard Bible
There were artistic window frames in three rows, and window was opposite window in three ranks.

King James Bible
And there were windows in three rows, and light was against light in three ranks.

Darby Bible Translation
And there were cross-beams in three rows, and window was against window in three ranks.

World English Bible
There were beams in three rows, and window was over against window in three ranks.

Young's Literal Translation
And windows are in three rows, and sight is over-against sight three times.

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Commentary
Barnes' Notes on the Bible

Either three ranges of windows, one above the other, on either side of the house; or perhaps the three ranges were one in either side wall, and the third in a wall down the middle of the hall, along the course of the midmost row of pillars. The windows were directly opposite one another, giving what we call a through light.

1 Kings 7:4 Parallel Commentaries

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