The cauldrons also
Or "pots", as it is rendered, ( 2 Kings 25:14 ) ; which were made of bright brass, ( 1 Kings 7:45 ) ; these were used to boil the flesh of the sacrifices in: and the shovels;
used to remove the ashes from off the altar of burnt offerings, and were of brass also: the Targum renders them "besoms", whose handles perhaps were of brass: and the snuffers;
the Vulgate Latin translates it "psalteries"; and so Jarchi interprets it of musical instruments; some think "tongs" are meant: and the bowls;
or "basins"; either to drink out of, or to receive the blood of the sacrifice: and the spoons:
ladles, cups, or dishes, vessels used about the sacrifices: and all the vessels of brass wherewith they ministered;
that is, the priests in the temple: took they away;
the Chaldeans took them away.