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  • The other winged creature also measured ten cubits; both had the same measurements and the same shape. (1 Kings 6, 25)

  • He built the House of the Forest of Lebanon, a hundred cubits long, fifty cubits wide, and thirty cubits high, on four rows of cedar-wood pillars, (1 Kings 7, 2)

  • He also made the Colonnade, fifty cubits long and thirty cubits broad, with a cornice in front. (1 Kings 7, 6)

  • the foundations were of special stones, huge stones, of ten and eight cubits, (1 Kings 7, 10)

  • He cast the two bronze pillars; the height of one pillar was eighteen cubits, and a cord twelve cubits long gave the measurement of its girth; so also was the second pillar. (1 Kings 7, 15)

  • He made two capitals of cast bronze for the tops of the pillars; the height of one capital was five cubits, and the height of the other five cubits. (1 Kings 7, 16)

  • He made the Sea of cast metal, ten cubits from rim to rim, circular in shape and five cubits high; a cord thirty cubits long gave the measurement of its girth. (1 Kings 7, 23)

  • Under its rim and completely encircling it were gourds surrounding the Sea; over a length of thirty cubits the gourds were in two rows, of one and the same casting with the rest. (1 Kings 7, 24)

  • He made the ten bronze stands; each stand was four cubits long, four cubits wide, and three high. (1 Kings 7, 27)

  • Its mouth measured one and a half cubits from where the shoulderings met to the top; its mouth was round like a stand for a vessel, and on the mouth there were engravings too; the crosspieces, however, were rectangular and not round. (1 Kings 7, 31)

  • The four wheels were under the crosspieces. The axles of the wheels were inside the stands; the height of the wheels was one and a half cubits. (1 Kings 7, 32)

  • He made ten bronze basins; each basin held forty measures and each basin measured four cubits, one basin to each of the ten stands. (1 Kings 7, 38)

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