3 Over-against the twenty 'cubits' that are to the inner court, and over-against the pavement that 'is' to the outer court, 'is' gallery over-against gallery, in the three 'storeys'.
4 And at the front of the chambers 'is' a walk of ten cubits in breadth unto the inner part, a way of one cubit, and their openings 'are' at the north.
5 And the upper chambers 'are' short, for the galleries contain more than these, than the lower, and than the middle one, of the building;
6 for they 'are' threefold, and they have no pillars as the pillars of the court, therefore it hath been kept back -- more than the lower and than the middle one -- from the ground.
7 As to the wall that 'is' at the outside, over-against the chambers, the way of the outer-court at the front of the chambers, its length 'is' fifty cubits;