They made two gold rings below the moulding—two on opposite sides—to hold the poles used to carry it.
He made two golden rings for it under its molding, on its two sides—on opposite sides—as holders for poles with which to carry it.
Two gold rings were placed on opposite sides, beneath the molding, to hold the carrying poles.
with two rings of gold beneath the molding. He placed the rings on the two opposing sides to serve as holders for poles by which it will be carried.
And he made two gold rings, placing them on the two opposite sides under the edge, to take the rods for lifting it.
and made two golden rings for it under its molding, on two opposite sides of it, to hold the poles with which to carry it.
He made two rings of gold for it under its molding, by its two corners on both sides, as holders for the poles with which to bear it.
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1 tn Heb “and he made.”
2 sn Since it was a small altar, it needed only two rings, one on either side, in order to be carried. The second mention of their location clarifies that they should be on the sides, the right and the left, as one approached the altar.
3 tn Heb “for houses.”