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Grating
Grate
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Grating
GRATING [Heb mikbar (מִכְבַּר)]. A bronze mesh that apparently covered the upper part of the bronze altar of burnt offerings that stood in the courtyard of the Tabernacle (Exod 27:4; 35:16; 38:4, 5, 30; 39:39). This mesh was placed under the ledge of the altar, which seems to have been just beneath the
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Grate, Grating
Grate, Grating. Network of bronze surrounding the lower half of the altar of burnt offering in the tabernacle (Ex 27:4).See Altar; Tabernacle, Temple.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Grating
Grating [Heb. miḵbār] (Ex. 27:4; 35:16; 38:4f, 30; 39:39); AV GRATE. A “network of bronze” (Ex. 27:4; 38:4) on the altar of burnt offering in the court of the tabernacle. The grating was situated under the ledge of the altar, and extended halfway down the side. At its four corners were rings through
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Grate, Grating
GRATE, GRATING Network of bronze surrounding the lower half of the altar of burnt offering in the tabernacle (Ex 27:4).See also Altar.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Grate
GRATE. A bronze grating (RSV) or lattice for the altar of burnt offering before the tabernacle (Ex 27:4; 35:16; 38:4–5, 30; 39:39). The grating probably surrounded the lower half of the altar as a skirt, fastened to the ledge halfway up the altar and extending down to the ground, perhaps to prevent the
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Grating
GRATING. A bronze network, movable by a bronze ring at each corner and placed below the top of the great altar (Ex. 27:4; 35:16; 38:4–5, 30; 39:39). See Altar.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Grate
Gratea network of brass for the bottom of the great altar of sacrifice (Ex. 27:4; 35:16; 38:4, 5, 30).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Grate, Grating
GRATE, GRATING — a network of bronze on the altar in the Tabernacle. Each of the four corners of the grating had a bronze ring or housing by which the altar was carried (Ex. 27:4–7).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
GRATE; GRATING
GRATE; GRATING<grat>, <grat’-ing> ([מִכְבָּר‎, mikhbar], [רֶשֶׁת‎, resheth]; the King James Version Grate): This “grating of network of brass” (Ex 27:4; 38:4), called also “the net” (Ex 27:4 f), and “grating of brass” (Ex 38:4), was that reticulated casting or wrought work of bronze which,
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Grate, Grating
GRATE, GRATING Framework of crisscrossed bars. The grating of the tabernacle altar was made of bronze and held rings through which carrying poles could be inserted (Exod. 27:4–7; 35:16; 38:4–5, 30; 39:39).
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Grating
grating. A grill or network of bars. The word is used to render Hebrew mikbār H4803, referring to the bronze lattice-work or mesh that, underneath a projecting ledge, surrounded the lower half of the altar of burnt offering (Exod. 27:4–5; 35:16; 38:4–5, 30; 39:39). Four rings were attached to it. Poles
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Grate, Grating
GRATE, grāt, GRATING, grātʹing (מִכְבָּר‎, mikhbār, רֶשֶת‎, resheth; AV Grate): This “grating of network of brass” (Ex 27:4; 38:4), called also “the net” (27:4 f), and “grating of brass” (38:4), was that reticulated casting or wrought work of bronze which, in the tabernacle system, formed an element
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