Notes on Third Book of Kings (Author Bishop Richard Challoner (ed.))

6:5 Upon the wall: i.e., joining to the wall.--Ibid. He built floors round about. Chambers or cells adjoining to the temple, for the use of the temple and of the priests, so contrived as to be between the inward and outward wall of the temple, in three stories, one above another.--Ibid. The oracle. . .The inner temple or holy of holies, where God gave his oracles.

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