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  • The Hall of Pillars measured fifty cubits long and thirty cubits wide. It had a porch in front with pillars and a canopy over them. (1 Kings 7, 6)

  • Hiram also made ten brazen stands, each measuring four cubits long, four cubits wide and three cubits high; (1 Kings 7, 27)

  • Joash, king of Israel, took Amaziah, son of Ahaziah, as prisoner in Beth-shemesh, and brought him to Jerusalem. He made an opening two hundred meters wide in the wall of Jerusalem, from the Ephraim Gate to the Corner Gate. (2 Kings 14, 13)

  • He made an altar of bronze, 30 feet long, 30 feet wide and ten high. (2 Chronicles 4, 1)

  • Solomon had made a bronze pedestal and had placed it in the middle of the court; it was 7 feet long, 7 feet wide and 7 feet high. Solomon mounted it, and knelt down on it in the presence of the whole assembly of Israel; he stretched out his hands to heaven. (2 Chronicles 6, 13)

  • In Jerusalem he constructed engines, invented by experts, which were mounted on the towers and at the corners to fire arrows and great stones. His fame spread far and wide; for he was extraordinary in getting help until he was strong. (2 Chronicles 26, 15)

  • "In the first year of his reign, King Cyrus has issued this decree concerning the House of God in Jerusalem: Let the foundation of that House be laid and the House be rebuilt in order that sacrifices be offered in it. The said House shall be thirty meters high and thirty meters wide, (Ezra 6, 3)

  • The city was spacious and wide, but it had few inhabitants and many houses had not been rebuilt. (Nehemiah 7, 4)

  • While they were in their king-doms, enjoying the prosperity that came from you and the very fertile and wide land you had prepared for them, they did not serve you nor did they turn away from their wicked deeds. (Nehemiah 9, 35)

  • The second choir marched to the left: I followed it with half the leaders of the people along the top of the wall, passing through the Tower of the Furnaces and as far as the Wide Wall, (Nehemiah 12, 38)

  • Arphaxad had built around Ecbatana ramparts of stone, with each stone cut to the size of one and a half meters wide and three meters long. The ramparts were thirty-five meters high and twenty-five meters wide. (Judith 1, 2)

  • He built at the gates city towers which were fifty meters high and rested on foundations twenty meters wide. (Judith 1, 3)

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