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 36:8
36:8 Fourth Reading
All the most talented craftsmen worked on the tabernacle itself, which consisted of ten tapestries made of twined linen, together with sky-blue, dark red and crimson wool, brocaded with cherubs.
Vaya'asu chol-chacham-lev be'osey hamelachah et-haMishkan eser yeri'ot shesh moshezar utchelet ve'argaman vetola'at shani keruvim ma'aseh choshev asah otam.



Commentary:

All the most talented...
  Following Exodus 26:1-37.





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