He built the throne hall, the Hall of Justice, where he was to judge, and he covered it with cedar from floor to ceiling.
He made the hall of the throne where he was to judge, the hall of judgment, and it was paneled with cedar from floor to floor.
There was also the Hall of the Throne, also known as the Hall of Judgment, where Solomon sat to hear legal matters. It was paneled with cedar from floor to ceiling.
He built a court room, the Hall of Justice, where he would decide judicial matters, and paneled it with cedar.
Then he made a covered room for his high seat when he gave decisions; this was the covered room of judging; it was covered with cedar-wood from floor to roof.
He made the Hall of the Throne where he was to pronounce judgment, the Hall of Justice, covered with cedar from floor to floor.
Then he made a hall for the throne, the Hall of Judgment, where he might judge; and it was paneled with cedar from floor to ceiling.
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1 tn Heb “and a porch for the throne, where he was making judicial decisions, the Porch of Judgment, he made.”
2 tc The Hebrew text reads, “from the floor to the floor.” The second occurrence of the term הַקַּרְקָע (haqqarqa’, “the floor”) is probably an error; one should emend to הַקּוֹרוֹת (haqqorot, “the rafters”). See 6:16.