World English Bible
2 Chronicles 4 (WEBP)
 Then he made an altar of bronze, twenty cubits° long, twenty cubits wide, and ten cubits high.
 Also he made the molten sea§ of ten cubits from brim to brim. It was round, five cubits high, and thirty cubits in circumference.
 Under it was the likeness of oxen, which encircled it, for ten cubits, encircling the sea. The oxen were in two rows, cast when it was cast.
 It stood on twelve oxen, three looking toward the north, three looking toward the west, three looking toward the south, and three looking toward the east; and the sea was set on them above, and all their hindquarters were inward.
 It was a handbreadth thick. Its brim was made like the brim of a cup, like the flower of a lily. It received and held three thousand baths.°
 He also made ten basins, and put five on the right hand and five on the left, to wash in them. The things that belonged to the burnt offering were washed in them, but the sea was for the priests to wash in.
 He made the ten lamp stands of gold according to the ordinance concerning them; and he set them in the temple, five on the right hand and five on the left.
 He made also ten tables, and placed them in the temple, five on the right side and five on the left. He made one hundred basins of gold.
 Furthermore he made the court of the priests, the great court, and doors for the court, and overlaid their doors with bronze.
 He set the sea on the right side of the house eastward, toward the south.
 Huram made the pots, the shovels, and the basins. So Huram finished doing the work that he did for King Solomon in God’s house:
 the two pillars, the bowls, the two capitals which were on the top of the pillars, the two networks to cover the two bowls of the capitals that were on the top of the pillars,
 and the four hundred pomegranates for the two networks—two rows of pomegranates for each network, to cover the two bowls of the capitals that were on the pillars.
 He also made the bases, and he made the basins on the bases—
 one sea, and the twelve oxen under it.
 Huram-abi° also made the pots, the shovels, the forks, and all its vessels for King Solomon, for Yahweh’s house, of bright bronze.
 The king cast them in the plain of the Jordan, in the clay ground between Succoth and Zeredah.
 Thus Solomon made all these vessels in great abundance, so that the weight of the bronze could not be determined.
 Solomon made all the vessels that were in God’s house: the golden altar, the tables with the show bread on them,
 and the lamp stands with their lamps to burn according to the ordinance before the inner sanctuary, of pure gold;
 and the flowers, the lamps, and the tongs of gold that was purest gold;
 and the snuffers, the basins, the spoons, and the fire pans of pure gold. As for the entry of the house, its inner doors for the most holy place and the doors of the main hall of the temple were of gold.
2 Chronicles 4:1 A cubit is the length from the tip of the middle finger to the elbow on a man’s arm, or about 18 inches or 46 centimeters.
2 Chronicles 4:2 or, pool, or, reservoir
2 Chronicles 4:5 A bath is about 5.6 U. S. gallons or 21.1 liters, so 3,000 baths is about 16,800 gallons or 63.3 kiloliters.
2 Chronicles 4:16 “abi” means “his father”
Scripture quotations are taken from The World English Bible™ of eBible.org, 2020 stable text edition. It is in the public domain.
King James w/Strong’s #s
2 Chronicles 4 (KJVS)
 Moreover he made H6213 (8799) an altar H4196 of brass H5178, twenty H6242 cubits H520 the length H753 thereof, and twenty H6242 cubits H520 the breadth H7341 thereof, and ten H6235 cubits H520 the height H6967 thereof.
 Also he made H6213 (8799) a molten H3332 (8716) sea H3220 of ten H6235 cubits H520 from brim H8193 to brim H8193, round H5696 in compass H5439, and five H2568 cubits H520 the height H6967 thereof; and a line H6957 of thirty H7970 cubits H520 did compass H5437 (8799) it round about H5439.
 And under it [was] the similitude H1823 of oxen H1241, which did compass H5437 (8802) it round about H5439: ten H6235 in a cubit H520, compassing H5362 (8688) the sea H3220 round about H5439. Two H8147 rows H2905 of oxen H1241 [were] cast H3332 (8803), when it was cast H4166.
 It stood H5975 (8802) upon twelve H8147 H6240 oxen H1241, three H7969 looking H6437 (8802) toward the north H6828, and three H7969 looking H6437 (8802) toward the west H3220, and three H7969 looking H6437 (8802) toward the south H5045, and three H7969 looking H6437 (8802) toward the east H4217: and the sea H3220 [was set] above H4605 upon them, and all their hinder parts H268 [were] inward H1004.
 And the thickness H5672 of it [was] an handbreadth H2947, and the brim H8193 of it like the work H4639 of the brim H8193 of a cup H3563, with flowers H6525 of lilies H7799; [and] it received H2388 (8688) and held H3557 (8686) three H7969 thousand H505 baths H1324.
 He made H6213 (8799) also ten H6235 lavers H3595, and put H5414 (8799) five H2568 on the right hand H3225, and five H2568 on the left H8040, to wash H7364 (8800) in them: such things as they offered H4639 for the burnt offering H5930 they washed H1740 (8686) in them; but the sea H3220 [was] for the priests H3548 to wash in H7364 (8800).
 And he made H6213 (8799) ten H6235 candlesticks H4501 of gold H2091 according to their form H4941, and set H5414 (8799) [them] in the temple H1964, five H2568 on the right hand H3225, and five H2568 on the left H8040.
 He made H6213 (8799) also ten H6235 tables H7979, and placed H3240 (8686) [them] in the temple H1964, five H2568 on the right side H3225, and five H2568 on the left H8040. And he made H6213 (8799) an hundred H3967 basons H4219 of gold H2091.
 Furthermore he made H6213 (8799) the court H2691 of the priests H3548, and the great H1419 court H5835, and doors H1817 for the court H5835, and overlaid H6823 (8765) the doors H1817 of them with brass H5178.
 And he set H5414 (8804) the sea H3220 on the right H3233 side H3802 of the east end H6924, over against H4136 the south H5045.
 And Huram H2361 made H6213 (8799) the pots H5518, and the shovels H3257, and the basons H4219. And Huram H2361 (8676) H2438 finished H3615 (8762) H6213 (8800) the work H4399 that he was to make H6213 (8804) for king H4428 Solomon H8010 for the house H1004 of God H430;
 [To wit], the two H8147 pillars H5982, and the pommels H1543, and the chapiters H3805 [which were] on the top H7218 of the two pillars H5982, and the two H8147 wreaths H7639 to cover H3680 (8763) the two H8147 pommels H1543 of the chapiters H3805 which [were] on the top H7218 of the pillars H5982;
 And four H702 hundred H3967 pomegranates H7416 on the two H8147 wreaths H7639; two H8147 rows H2905 of pomegranates H7416 on each H259 wreath H7639, to cover H3680 (8763) the two H8147 pommels H1543 of the chapiters H3805 which [were] upon H6440 the pillars H5982.
 He made H6213 (8804) also bases H4350, and lavers H3595 made H6213 (8804) he upon the bases H4350;
 One H259 sea H3220, and twelve H8147 H6240 oxen H1241 under it.
 The pots H5518 also, and the shovels H3257, and the fleshhooks H4207, and all their instruments H3627, did Huram H2361 his father H1 make H6213 (8804) to king H4428 Solomon H8010 for the house H1004 of the LORD H3068 of bright H4838 (8803) brass H5178.
 In the plain H3603 of Jordan H3383 did the king H4428 cast H3332 (8804) them, in the clay H5645 ground H127 between Succoth H5523 and Zeredathah H6868.
 Thus Solomon H8010 made H6213 (8799) all these vessels H3627 in great H3966 abundance H7230: for the weight H4948 of the brass H5178 could not be found out H2713 (8738).
 And Solomon H8010 made H6213 (8799) all the vessels H3627 that [were for] the house H1004 of God H430, the golden H2091 altar H4196 also, and the tables H7979 whereon the shewbread H3899 H6440 [was set];
 Moreover the candlesticks H4501 with their lamps H5216, that they should burn H1197 (8763) after the manner H4941 before H6440 the oracle H1687, of pure H5462 (8803) gold H2091;
 And the flowers H6525, and the lamps H5216, and the tongs H4457, [made he of] gold H2091, [and] that perfect H4357 gold H2091;
 And the snuffers H4212, and the basons H4219, and the spoons H3709, and the censers H4289, [of] pure H5462 (8803) gold H2091: and the entry H6607 of the house H1004, the inner H6442 doors H1817 thereof for the most H6944 holy H6944 [place], and the doors H1817 of the house H1004 of the temple H1964, [were of] gold H2091.
Young’s Literal Translation
2 Chronicles 4 (YLT)
 And he maketh an altar of brass, twenty cubits its length, and twenty cubits its breadth, and ten cubits its height.
 And he maketh the molten sea; ten by the cubit, from its edge unto its edge, round in compass, and five by the cubit its height, and a line of thirty by the cubit doth compass it, round about.
 And the likeness of oxen is under it, all round about encompassing it, ten in the cubit, compassing the sea round about; two rows of oxen are cast in its being cast.
 It is standing on twelve oxen, three facing the north, and three facing the west, and three facing the south, and three facing the east, and the sea is upon them above, and all their hinder parts are within.
 And its thickness is a handbreadth, and its lip as the work of the lip of a cup flowered with lilies; taking hold-baths three thousand it containeth.
 And he maketh ten lavers, and putteth five on the right, and five on the left, to wash with them; the work of the burnt-offering they purge with them; and the sea is for priests to wash with.
 And he maketh the ten candlesticks of gold, according to their ordinance, and placeth in the temple, five on the right, and five on the left.
 And he maketh ten tables, and placeth in the temple, five on the right, and five on the left; and he maketh bowls of gold a hundred.
 And he maketh the court of the priests, and the great court, and doors for the court, and their doors he hath overlaid with brass.
 And the sea he hath placed on the right shoulder eastward, over-against the south.
 And Huram maketh the pots, and the shovels, and the bowls, and Huram finisheth to make the work that he made for king Solomon in the house of God;
 two pillars, and the bowls, and the crowns on the heads of the two pillars, and the two wreaths to cover the two bowls of the crowns that are on the heads of the pillars;
 and the pomegranates four hundred to the two wreaths, two rows of pomegranates to the one wreath, to cover the two bowls of the crowns that are on the front of the pillars.
 And the bases he hath made; and the lavers he hath made on the bases;
 the one sea, and the twelve oxen under it,
 and the pots, and the shovels, and the forks, and all their vessels, hath Huram his father made for king Solomon, for the house of Jehovah, of brass purified.
 In the circuit of the Jordan hath the king cast them, in the thick soil of the ground, between Succoth and Zeredathah.
 And Solomon maketh all these vessels in great abundance, that the weight of the brass hath not been searched out.
 And Solomon maketh all the vessels that are for the house of God, and the altar of gold, and the tables, and on them is bread of the presence;
 and the candlesticks, and their lamps, for their burning according to the ordinance, before the oracle, of gold refined;
 and the flowers, and the lamps, and the tongs of gold-it is the perfection of gold;
 and the snuffers, and the bowls, and the spoons, and the censers, of gold refined, and the opening of the house, its innermost doors to the holy of holies, and the doors of the house to the temple, of gold.