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  • Hiram king of Tyre sent envoys to David, with cedar wood, carpenters and stone-cutters, who built David a palace. (2 Samuel 5, 11)

  • Hiram king of Tyre sent an embassy to Solomon, having learnt that he had been anointed king in succession to his father and because Hiram had always been a friend of David. (1 Kings 5, 15)

  • And Solomon sent this message to Hiram, (1 Kings 5, 16)

  • When Hiram heard what Solomon had said, he was delighted. 'Now blessed be Yahweh,' he said, 'who has given David a wise son to rule over this great people!' (1 Kings 5, 21)

  • And Hiram sent word to Solomon, 'I have received your message. For my part, I shall supply you with all you require in the way of cedar wood and juniper. (1 Kings 5, 22)

  • So Hiram provided Solomon with all the cedar wood and juniper he wanted (1 Kings 5, 24)

  • while Solomon gave Hiram twenty thousand kor of wheat to feed his household, and twenty thousand kor of pure oil. Solomon gave Hiram this every year. (1 Kings 5, 25)

  • Yahweh gave Solomon wisdom as he had promised him; good relations persisted between Solomon and Hiram, and the two of them concluded a treaty. (1 Kings 5, 26)

  • Solomon's workmen and Hiram's workmen and the Giblites cut and assembled the wood and stone for the building of the Temple. (1 Kings 5, 32)

  • King Solomon sent for Hiram of Tyre; (1 Kings 7, 13)

  • Hiram made the ash containers, the scoops and the sprinkling bowls. He finished all the work that he did for King Solomon on the Temple of Yahweh: (1 Kings 7, 40)

  • the ash containers, the scoops, and sprinkling bowls. All these objects made by Hiram for King Solomon for the Temple of Yahweh were of burnished bronze. (1 Kings 7, 45)

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