Brenton Septuagint Translation
Constructing the Ark
1And Beseleel made the ark, 2and overlaid it with pure gold within and without; 3and he cast for it four golden rings, two on the one side, and two on the other, 5wide enough for the staves, so that men should bear the ark with them. 6And he made the propitiatory over the ark of pure gold, 7and the two cherubs of gold; 8one cherub on the one end of the propitiatory, and another cherub on the other end of the propitiatory, 9overshadowing the propitiatory with their wings.
The Table of Showbread
10And he made the set table of pure gold, 13and cast for it four rings: two on the one side and two on the other side, broad, so that men should lift it with the staves in them. 15And he made the staves of the ark and of the table, and gilded them with gold. 16And he made the furniture of the table, both the dishes, and the censers, and the cups, and the bowls with which he should offer drink-offerings, of gold.
17And he made the candlestick which gives light, of gold; 18the stem solid, and the branches from both its sides; 19and blossoms proceeding from its branches, three on this side, and three on the other, made equal to each other. 21And as to their lamps, which are on the ends, knops proceeded from them; and sockets proceeding from them, that the lamps might be upon them; and the seventh socket, on the top of the candlestick, on the summit above, entirely of solid gold. 23And on the candlestick seven golden lamps, and its snuffers gold, and its funnels gold. 24He made also the rings of the tabernacle of gold; and the rings of the court, and the rings for drawing out the veil above of brass.
The Altar of Incense
25He cast the silver chapiters of the tabernacle, and the brazen chapiters of the door of the tabernacle, and the gate of the court; and he made silver hooks for the posts, he overlaid them with silver on the posts. 26He made the pins of the tabernacle and the pins of the court of brass. 29He made the holy anointing oil and the composition of the incense, the pure work of the perfumer.