The Hebrew Translation of “Ark”, the Gold Used to Create the Ark of the Covenant, the Measurement of Cubits, the Ark of the Covenant Described as the “Throne of God”, Symbolism Borrowed By Christianity From Ancient Egypt, Christians Borrowing Ideas and Building Techniques from the Ancient Egyptians, the Ethiopian State Claiming to Have the Ark of the Covenant, and the Possibility of the Ark of the Covenant Existing or No Longer Existing

The Hebrew term for “ark” translates to “closet” or “cupboard” when taken literally. It’s estimated that tot took 60 kilograms of gold to build the Ark of the Covenant, a feat which would require nearly 20,000 wedding rings. The ark was measured in cubits which was a biblical measurement approximately the length of a male forearm, with the ark itself being 4 cubits in length by 1.5 cubits height and 1.5 cubits wide. The ark is described within the Bible as the “throne of God”. This symbolism was...

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