The entrance was made of fir, with side posts of olive wood, and overlaid with gold. There were two two-leaved or two folding doors, therefore a total of four doors. The doors were carved with open flowers, palm trees and cherubim. The meaning of the word "one-fourth" in 1 Kings 6:33 is not clear. Some Bible translations (such as NKJV) have the door posts measured as one-fourth of the wall, that is, a fourth of 20 cubits (30 feet) or 5 cubits (7.5 feet) wide. Some other Bible translations (such as NASB and NIV) rendered the entrance having four-sided door posts.