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  • above the level of the nodes and their enveloping network. (1 Kings 7, 20)

  • two columns, two nodes for the capitals on top of the columns, two pieces of network covering the nodes for the capitals on top of the columns, (1 Kings 7, 41)

  • four hundred pomegranates in double rows on both pieces of network that covered the two nodes of the capitals where they met the columns, (1 Kings 7, 42)

  • Hiram's fleet, which used to bring gold from Ophir, also brought from there a large quantity of cabinet wood and precious stones. (1 Kings 10, 11)

  • On the seventh day of the fifth month (this was in the nineteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon), Nebuzaradan, captain of the bodyguard, came to Jerusalem as the representative of the king of Babylon. (2 Kings 25, 8)

  • 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)

  • Hearing that the king of Babylon had appointed Gedaliah governor, all the army commanders with their men came to him at Mizpah: Ishmael, son of Nethaniah, Johanan, son of Kareah, Seraiah, son of Tanhumeth the Netophathite, and Jaazaniah, from Beth-maacah. (2 Kings 25, 23)

  • But in the seventh month Ishmael, son of Nethaniah, son of Elishama, of royal descent, came with ten men, attacked Gedaliah and killed him, along with the Jews and Chaldeans who were in Mizpah with him. (2 Kings 25, 25)

  • Nethanel, the fourth, Raddai, the fifth, (1 Chronicles 2, 14)

  • The descendants of Salma were Bethlehem, the Netophathites, Atroth-beth-Joab, half the Manahathites, and the Zorites. (1 Chronicles 2, 54)

  • They were potters and inhabitants of Netaim and Gederah, where they lived in the king's service. (1 Chronicles 4, 23)

  • Among the Zerahites were Jeuel and six hundred and ninety of their brethren. (1 Chronicles 9, 6)


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