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2 Chronicles Chapter 4

1And he made a copper altar whose length was twenty cubits and whose width was twenty cubits and whose height was ten cubits. 2And he made the cast artificial sea, ten cubits in diameter, circular all round, whose height was five cubits, and a line of thirty cubits would fit round it. 3And below it, encircling it all around was an image of oxen, ten to the cubit, encircling the artificial sea. There were two rows of oxen cast integrally. 4It stood on twelve oxen – three facing northwards, and three facing westwards, and three facing southwards, and three facing eastwards. And the artificial sea rested on them, above, and all their posteriors were facing inwards. 5And its thickness was a handbreadth, and its rim was in the style of the rim of the bud of a lily flower, and it held three thousand baths in volume. 6And he made ten lavers, and he put five of them on the right hand side and five on the left hand side, to wash in them. They washed in them the things to do with the burnt offering, whereas the artificial sea was for the priests to wash. 7And he made ten golden lampstands in the prescribed way for them, and he put them in the temple – five on the right and five on the left. 8And he made ten tables, and he placed them in the temple – five on the right and five on the left. And he made one hundred golden sprinkling basins. 9And he made the priests' courtyard and the great enclosure, and doors for the enclosure, and he overlaid their doors with copper. 10And he put the artificial sea on the right hand side, in the southern part of the eastern side. 11And Huram made the pots and the shovels and the sprinkling basins, and Huram finished making the artisanry which he made for King Solomon to go in the house of God: 12the two columns with bowls and capitals on top of both columns, and the two trellises to cover the two bowls of the capitals which were on top of the columns, 13and four hundred pomegranates for the two trellises – two rows of pomegranates to each trellis to cover the two bowls of the capitals which were on top of the columns. 14And he made the stands, and he made the lavers on the stands, 15and the single artificial sea, and the twelve oxen under it. 16And Huram his father made the pots and the shovels and the forks and all the equipment for King Solomon for the house of the Lord, in polished copper. 17The king cast them in the tract of the Jordan, in the thickly overgrown land between Succoth and Zeredath. 18So Solomon made all this equipment, which was in great abundance, for the weight of copper was not investigated. 19So Solomon made all the equipment which was for the house of God, including the golden altar and the tables, on which the showbread is put, 20and the lampstands and their lamps, for them to burn in the prescribed way before the place of address, of seamless gold, 21and the flower and the lamps and the golden snuffing-tongs, immaculate in gold, 22and the snuffers and the sprinkling basins and the ladles and the firepans – of seamless gold – and at the entrance to the house, its inner doors to the holy of holies, and the doors to the temple building – again of gold.
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