two pillars
1 Kings 7:15-24
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He cast two [hollow] bronze pillars: each 27 feet high and 18 feet in circumference.
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He also made two capitals of cast bronze to set on top of the pillars; seven and a half feet was the height of the first capital, and seven and a half feet was also the height of the second capital.
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The capitals on top of the pillars had gratings of latticework, wreaths made of chainwork-- seven for the first capital and seven for the second.
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He made the pillars with two encircling rows of pomegranates on the one grating to cover the capital on top; he did the same for the second capital.
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And the capitals on top of the pillars in the portico were shaped like lilies, six feet [high].
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The capitals on the two pillars were also immediately above the rounded surface next to the grating, and 200 pomegranates were in rows encircling each capital.
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He set up the pillars at the portico of the sanctuary: he set up the right pillar and named it Jachin; then he set up the left pillar and named it Boaz.
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The tops of the pillars were shaped like lilies. Then the work of the pillars was completed.
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He made the cast [metal] reservoir, 15 feet from brim to brim, perfectly round. It was seven and a half feet high and 45 feet in circumference.
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[Ornamental] gourds encircled it below the brim, 10 every half yard, completely encircling the reservoir. The gourds were cast in two rows when the reservoir was cast.
Jeremiah 52:20-23
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As for the two pillars, the one reservoir, and the 12 bronze bulls under the water carts that King Solomon had made for the LORD's temple, the weight of the bronze of all these articles was beyond measure.
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One pillar was 27 feet tall, had a circumference of 18 feet, was hollow-- four fingers thick--
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and had a bronze capital on top of it. One capital, encircled by bronze latticework and pomegranates, stood seven and a half feet high. The second pillar was the same, with pomegranates.
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[Each capital had] 96 pomegranates all around it. All the pomegranates around the latticework numbered 100.