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1 Esdras 6:25
Also the holy silver and gold equipment from the Lord’s house, which Nebuchadnezzar removed from the house in Jerusalem and transported to Babylon, should be restored to the house in Jerusalem, to be kept where it used to be.
its height to be sixty cubits and its width sixty cubits, with three courses of hewn stone and one course of new native timber; the cost to be paid from the treasury of King Cyrus;
its height to be sixty cubits and its width sixty cubits, with three courses of hewn stone and one course of new native timber; the cost to be paid from the treasury of King Cyrus;
its height to be sixty cubits and its breadth sixty cubits, with three courses of hewn stone and one course of new native timber; the cost to be paid from the treasury of Cyrus the king;
whose height was made of sixty cubits, and the breadth of sixty cubits, squared with three polished stones, and with solar (or throne) tree of the same region, and with one new solar (or with three rows of polished stones, and one row of new wood from the same region); and costs to be given (out) of the house of king Cyrus;
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