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the ten movable stands with their ten basins,
the ten 1 movable stands with their ten 2 basins,
Each stand had four supports, one per side projecting out from the stand. 1
He also made ten bronze movable stands. Each stand was six feet 1 long, six feet 2 wide, and four-and-a-half feet 3 high.
On top of each stand was a round opening three-quarters of a foot deep; 1 there were also supports and frames on top of the stands.
The stands were constructed with frames between the joints.
He made the ten stands in this way. All of them were cast in one mold and were identical in measurements and shape.
He also made ten bronze basins, each of which could hold about 240 gallons. 1 Each basin was six feet in diameter; 2 there was one basin for each stand.
Each stand had four bronze wheels with bronze axles and four supports. Under the basin the supports were fashioned on each side with wreaths. 1
The four wheels were under the frames and the crossbars of the axles were connected to the stand. Each wheel was two and one-quarter feet 1 high.
The bronze of the items that King Solomon made for the Lord’s temple – including the two pillars, the big bronze basin called “The Sea,” the twelve bronze bulls under “The Sea,” 1 and the movable stands – was too heavy to be weighed.
They established the altar on its foundations, even though they were in terror of the local peoples, 1 and they offered burnt offerings on it to the Lord, both the morning and the evening offerings.
For the Lord who rules over all 1 has already spoken about the two bronze pillars, 2 the large bronze basin called ‘The Sea,’ 3 and the movable bronze stands. 4 He has already spoken about the rest of the valuable articles that are left in this city.
He put five basins on the south side of the temple and five on the north side. He put “The Sea” on the south side, in the southeast corner.
King Ahaz took off the frames of the movable stands, and removed the basins from them. He took “The Sea” 1 down from the bronze bulls that supported it 2 and put it on the pavement.
The Babylonians broke the two bronze pillars in the Lord’s temple, as well as the movable stands and the big bronze basin called the “The Sea.” 1 They took the bronze to Babylon.
The Babylonians broke the two bronze pillars in the temple of the Lord, as well as the movable stands and the large bronze basin called the “The Sea.” 1 They took all the bronze to Babylon.
The bronze of the items that King Solomon made for the Lord’s temple (including the two pillars, the large bronze basin called “The Sea,” the twelve bronze bulls under “The Sea,” and the movable stands 1 ) was too heavy to be weighed.