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(1.00) (Exo 30:18)

tn Heb “and its stand bronze.”

(0.71) (1Ch 18:8)

tn Heb “the sea of bronze,” or “[the] sea, the bronze one.” See the note at 1 Kgs 7:23.

(0.61) (2Ki 25:13)

tn Heb “the bronze pillars that were in the Lord’s house and the stands and the bronze sea that were in the Lord’s house the Babylonians broke.”

(0.61) (Exo 38:31)

sn The bronze altar is the altar for the burnt offering; the large bronze basin is not included here in the list.

(0.57) (Joh 3:14)

sn Or the snake, referring to the bronze serpent mentioned in Num 21:9.

(0.57) (Isa 45:2)

tn That is, on the gates. Cf. CEV “break the iron bars on bronze gates.”

(0.57) (1Ch 18:10)

tn Heb “[along with] all items of gold and silver and bronze.”

(0.57) (2Sa 21:16)

sn 300 bronze shekels would have weighed about 7.5 pounds (3.4 kg).

(0.51) (2Ch 4:2)

sn The large bronze basin known as “The Sea” was mounted on twelve bronze bulls and contained water for the priests to bathe themselves (see v. 6; cf. Exod 30:17-21).

(0.51) (1Ch 29:2)

tn Heb “the gold for the gold, and the silver for the silver, and the bronze for the bronze, the iron for the iron, and the wood for the wood.”

(0.50) (Zec 6:1)

tn Heb “two mountains, and the mountains [were] mountains of bronze.” This has been simplified in the translation for stylistic reasons.

(0.50) (2Ch 4:18)

tn Heb “Solomon made all these items in great abundance so that the weight of the bronze was not sought.”

(0.50) (2Ki 18:4)

tn In Hebrew the name sounds like the phrase נְחַשׁ הַנְּחֹשֶׁת (nekhash hannekhoshet), “bronze serpent.”

(0.50) (1Ki 7:47)

tn Heb “Solomon left all the items, due to their very great abundance; the weight of the bronze was not sought.”

(0.50) (2Sa 22:35)

tn Heb “and a bow of bronze is bent by my arms.” The verb נָחֵת (nakhet) apparently means “to pull back; to bend” here (see HALOT 692 s.v. נחת). The bronze bow referred to here was probably laminated with bronze strips, or a purely ceremonial or decorative bow made entirely from bronze. In the latter case the language is hyperbolic, for such a weapon would not be functional in battle.

(0.50) (2Sa 8:10)

tn Heb “and in his hand were items of silver and items of gold and items of bronze.”

(0.49) (Psa 18:34)

sn The strongest bow (Heb “bow of bronze”) probably refers to a bow laminated with bronze strips, or to a purely ceremonial or decorative bow made entirely from bronze. In the latter case the language is hyperbolic, for such a weapon would not be functional in battle.

(0.44) (Jer 27:19)

sn The bronze stands are the movable bronze stands described in 1 Kgs 7:27-37, which supported the bronze basins described in 1 Kgs 7:38-39. According to 2 Chr 4:6 the latter were used to wash the burnt offerings. The priests would have been especially concerned about the big bronze basin and the movable stands with their basins because they contributed to the priests’ and the offerings’ ritual purification, apart from which they would have had no sanctity. These articles (or furnishings in this case) were broken up, and the bronze was carried away to Babylon along with all the other bronze, silver, and gold furnishings when the temple and the city were destroyed in 587 b.c. (see 2 Kgs 25:13-15; Jer 52:17-19).

(0.43) (Jer 52:11)

tn Heb “fetters of bronze.” The more generic “chains” is used in the translation because “fetters” is a word unfamiliar to most modern readers.

(0.43) (Jer 39:7)

tn Heb “fetters of bronze.” The more generic “chains” is used in the translation because “fetters” is a word unfamiliar to most modern readers.



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