2 Kings 16:18

And the covered place for the sabbath that they had built in the house, and the king's outer entry, he removed from the house of the LORD because of the king of Assyria.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Musach. The covert, or pavilion, or tribune for the king. (Challoner) Achaz would not have his ally to be in the court, but placed his throne in the temple. (Du Hamel) Septuagint, "and the foundation of the chair he built in the house of the Lord. "(Haydock) Hebrew, "and the (musac) covert, or tribune of the sabbath, which they had built in the temple, and the king's entry without, the turned (Haydock) round (Menochius) from the temple, for the king of Assur. "He despoiled these rich ornaments, to gratify the Assyrian. (Haydock) Solomon had built a most magnificent tribune, 2 Paralipomenon vi. 13. See chap. xi. 6. The musach of Juda, was the pulpit; from which the law was read, Isaias xxii. 8. The king's tribune was near the eastern gate, which was only opened on the sabbath, Ezechiel xlvi. 1. Some believe that the musach was a large curtain, suspended over the court, to keep off the sun's beams. Eupolemus speaks of some very magnificent ones, (Eusebius, præp. ix. 34.) as does also...

Richard Challoner

AD 1781
Musach: The covert, or pavilion, or tribune, for the king.

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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