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He paneled 1 the main hall 2 with boards made from evergreen trees 3 and plated it with fine gold, decorated with palm trees and chains. 4
The gold nails weighed 50 shekels; he also plated the upper areas with gold.
He overlaid the temple’s rafters, thresholds, walls and doors with gold; he carved decorative cherubim on the walls.
Then Mordecai again sat at the king’s gate, while Haman hurried away to his home, mournful and with a veil over his head.
When 1 you lie down among the sheepfolds, 2 the wings of the dove are covered with silver and with glittering gold. 3
They are dismayed because the ground is cracked 1 because there has been no rain in the land. The farmers, too, are dismayed and bury their faces in their hands.
As David was going up the Mount of Olives, he was weeping as he went; his head was covered and his feet were bare. All the people who were with him also had their heads covered and were weeping as they went up.
The leading men of the cities send their servants for water. They go to the cisterns, 1 but they do not find any water there. They return with their containers 2 empty. Disappointed and dismayed, they bury their faces in their hands. 3
He made the most holy place; 1 its length was 30 feet, 2 corresponding to the width of the temple, and its width 30 feet. 3 He plated it with 600 talents 4 of fine gold.
When the king returned from the palace garden to the banquet of wine, Haman was throwing himself down 1 on the couch where Esther was lying. 2 The king exclaimed, “Will he also attempt to rape the queen while I am still in the building!” As these words left the king’s mouth, they covered Haman’s face.