Then King Darius made a decree, and they searched the archives where the documents were stored in Babylon.
But it was in Ecbatana, the capital in the province of Media, that a scroll was found on which this was written: "A record.
In the first year of his reign, King Cyrus issued a decree: Concerning the house of God at Jerusalem, let the house be rebuilt, the place where sacrifices are offered and burnt offerings are brought; a its height shall be sixty cubits and its width sixty cubits,
with three courses of hewn stones and one course of timber; let the cost be paid from the royal treasury.
Moreover, let the gold and silver vessels of the house of God, which Nebuchadnezzar took out of the temple in Jerusalem and brought to Babylon, be restored and brought back to the temple in Jerusalem, each to its place; you shall put them in the house of God."
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