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7:13 His offering was as follows:

One silver bowl weighing 130 shekels, and one silver sacrificial basin weighing 70 shekels by the sanctuary standard, both filled with the best grade wheat meal kneaded with olive oil for a meal offering.
Vekorbano ka'arat-kesef achat shloshim ume'ah mishkalah mizrak echad kesef shiv'im shekel beshekel hakodesh shneyhem mele'im solet blulah vashemen leminchah.

7:14 One gold incense bowl weighing 10 [shekels] filled with incense.
Kaf achat asarah zahav mele'ah ketoret.
7:15 One young bull, one ram and one yearling sheep for a burnt offering;
Par echad ben-bakar ayil echad keves-echad ben-shnato le'olah.
7:16 one goat for a sin offering;
Se'ir-izim echad lechatat.


  Kaarah in Hebrew. The Targum renders it as megista, a large tray or bowl, while the Septuagint has it as tryblion on Greek, a large bowl or platter. See this verse, 'sacrificial basin'.

130 shekels
  104 oz. or 6.5 lb.

sacrificial basin
  Mizrak in Hebrew (see Exodus 26:3; Radak, Sherashim; cf. Amos 6:6). The bowl and the basin were both exactly the same size, except that the bowl had thicker walls (Sifri; HaKethav VeHaKabbalah).

70 shekels
  56 oz. or 3.5 lb.

incense bowl
  (Targum; Septuagint; cf. Yerushalmi, Yoma 5:1). Kaf in Hebrew. See Exodus 25:29.

10 shekels
  8 oz.

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