They took the pots, shovels, snuffers, bowls, dishes, and all the bronze utensils used in the temple service.
The captain of the guard also took pans, incense burners, bowls, pots, lamp stands, dishes, and the bowls used for wine offerings. The captain of the guard took all of the trays and bowls that were made of gold or silver.
The bronze from the 2 pillars, the pool, and the 12 bronze bulls under the stands that King Solomon had made for the LORD's temple couldn't be weighed.
One pillar was 27 feet high and 18 feet in circumference. It was three inches thick and hollow.
The capital that was on it was 7½ feet high with a filigree and pomegranates around it. They were all made of bronze. The second pillar was the same. It also had pomegranates.
There were 96 pomegranates on the sides. The total number of pomegranates on the surrounding filigree was 100.
The captain of the guard took the chief priest Seraiah, the second priest Zephaniah, and the 3 doorkeepers.
From the city he also took an army commander, 7 men who had access to the king whom he found in the city, the scribe who was in charge of the militia, and 60 common people whom he found in the city.
Nebuzaradan, the captain of the guard, took them and brought them to the king of Babylon at Riblah.
The king of Babylon executed them at Riblah in the territory of Hamath. So the people of Judah were captives as they left their land.
These are the people Nebuchadnezzar took captive: In his seventh year as king, he took 3,023 Jews.