So he made the pillars, and tworowsaround on the onenetwork to cover the capitalswhich were on the top of the pomegranates ; and so he did for the othercapital.
The capitalswhich were on the top of the pillars in the porch were of lilydesign, fourcubits.
There were capitals on the twopillars, evenabove and close to the aroundedprojectionwhich was beside the network ; and 1the pomegranates numbered two hundred in rowsaroundbbothcapitals.
212Thus he set up the pillars at the 3porch of the nave ; and he set up the rightpillar and named it cJachin, and he set up the leftpillar and named it dBoaz.
On the top of the pillars was lilydesign. So the work of the pillars was finished.
234Now he made the sea of 5cast metal tencubits from brim to brim, circular in form, and its height was fivecubits, and ethirtycubits in circumference .
24Under its brim6gourds went aroundencircling it ten to a cubit, 7completelysurrounding the sea ; the gourds were in tworows, castfwith the rest.
258It stood on twelveoxen, threefacingnorth, threefacingwest, threefacingsouth, and threefacingeast ; and the sea was set on top of them, and all their rearparts turned inward.
It was a handbreadththick, and its brim was made like the brim of a cup, as a lilyblossom ; it could hold two thousandbaths.
Then 9he made the tenstands of bronze ; the length of eachstand was fourcubits and its widthfourcubits and its heightthreecubits.
28This was the design of the stands : they had borders, even bordersbetween the gframes,