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  • He built the hall called the Forest of Lebanon one hundred cubits long, fifty wide, and thirty high; it was supported by four rows of cedar columns, with cedar capitals upon the columns. (1 Kings 7, 2)

  • The porch of the columned hall he made fifty cubits long and thirty wide. The porch extended the width of the columned hall, and there was a canopy in front. (1 Kings 7, 6)

  • (The foundation was made of fine, large blocks, some ten cubits and some eight cubits. (1 Kings 7, 10)

  • Two hollow bronze columns were cast, each eighteen cubits high and twelve cubits in circumference; their metal was of four fingers' thickness. (1 Kings 7, 15)

  • There were also two capitals cast in bronze, to place on top of the columns, each of them five cubits high. (1 Kings 7, 16)

  • The sea was then cast; it was made with a circular rim, and measured ten cubits across, five in height, and thirty in circumference. (1 Kings 7, 23)

  • Ten stands were also made of bronze, each four cubits long, four wide, and three high. (1 Kings 7, 27)

  • Ten bronze basins were then made, each four cubits in diameter with a capacity of forty measures, one basin for the top of each of the ten stands. (1 Kings 7, 38)

  • King Jehoash of Israel captured Amaziah, son of Jehoash, son of Ahaziah, king of Judah, at Beth-shemesh. He went on to Jerusalem where he tore down four hundred cubits of the city wall, from the Gate of Ephraim to the Corner Gate. (2 Kings 14, 13)

  • Each of the pillars was eighteen cubits high; a bronze capital five cubits high surmounted each pillar, and a network with pomegranates encircled the capital, all of bronze; and so for the other pillar, as regards the network. (2 Kings 25, 17)

  • He likewise slew the Egyptian, a huge man five cubits tall. The Egyptian carried a spear that was like a weaver's heddle-bar, but he came against him with a staff, wrested the spear from the Egyptian's hand, and killed him with his own spear. (1 Chronicles 11, 23)

  • These were the specifications laid down by Solomon for building the house of God: the length was sixty cubits according to the old measure, and the width was twenty cubits; (2 Chronicles 3, 3)


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