'Crossbars' in the Bible
“You are to make five crossbars of acacia wood for the planks on one side of the tabernacle,
five crossbars for the planks on the other side of the tabernacle, and five crossbars for the planks of the back side of the tabernacle on the west.
Then overlay the planks with gold, and make their rings of gold as the holders for the crossbars. Also overlay the crossbars with gold.
the tabernacle—its tent and covering, its clasps and planks, its crossbars, its posts and bases;
He made five crossbars of acacia wood for the planks on one side of the tabernacle,
five crossbars for the planks on the other side of the tabernacle, and five crossbars for those at the back of the tabernacle on the west.
He overlaid them with gold and made their rings out of gold as holders for the crossbars. He also overlaid the crossbars with gold.
Then they brought the tabernacle to Moses: the tent with all its furnishings, its clasps, its planks, its crossbars, and its posts and bases;
Moses set up the tabernacle: he laid its bases, positioned its planks, inserted its crossbars, and set up its posts.
The assigned duties of Merari’s descendants involved the tabernacle’s supports, crossbars, posts, bases, all its equipment, and all the work related to these,
This is what they are responsible to carry as the whole of their service at the tent of meeting: the supports of the tabernacle, with its crossbars, posts, and bases,
Ben-Geber [was] in Ramoth-Gilead; the villages of Jair, the son of Manasseh which are in the Gilead [were] his, and the region of Argob which [is] in the Bashan, sixty great cities, with walls [having] crossbars of bronze, [were] his.
Now this [was] the construction of the stands: there [were] frames for them and frames between the crossbars,
and on the frames which [were] between the crossbars [were] lions, oxen, and cherubim. On the crossbars both above and beneath the lions and oxen [were] works of cascading wreaths.
The four wheels were under the frames and the crossbars of the axles were connected to the stand. Each wheel was two and one-quarter feet high.
The wheels were constructed like chariot wheels; their crossbars, rims, spokes, and hubs were made of cast metal.
The Lord told me, "Make a yoke out of leather straps and wooden crossbars and put it on your neck.