Level III – Maxims

Level III – Maxims

9-12 Maxims Cabinet in Rome

Materials

Wooden Cabinet

Wooden Cabinet

All measurements are given in inches.

A wooden cabinet (¼” plywood) with hinged front doors opening from the center holds the tablets. The top panel is also hinged for opening. A brass hook may be used to close the doors. There are two rows of maxim tablets separated by a wooden divider. A wooden dowel or lip may be set along the lower front of the cabinet to help hold the tablets.

Seventeen wooden maxim tablets

The Maxim Tablets

All measurements are given in inches.

The maxims may be printed on parchment or marbled paper and affixed with glue or by decoupage onto the wooden maxim tablets. See full lists in New American and New Revised Standard Translations below.

Maxim Tablets NAB

Maxim Tablets NRSV

Two Summary of the Law tablets

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All measurements are given in inches.

Two tablets (¼” plywood) 8 ½ tall by 8 wide with a 2 accent on top are used for the Summary of the Law. Two hinges connect the tablets. The Summary of the Law may be printed on parchment or marbled paper and affixed with glue or by decoupage onto the tablets. Marbled paper or parchment with text is also on the reverse side of the tablets.

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Summary of the Law NAB Downloadable PDF

Summary of the Law NRSV Downloadable PDF

Reverse side of the Summary of the Law tablets, Rome materials (below)