Bible Cross References
the measures
Exodus 27:1-8
"Make an altar out of acacia wood. It is to be square, 7 1/2 feet long and 7 1/2 feet wide, and it is to be 4 1/2 feet high.
Make projections at the top of the four corners. They are to form one piece with the altar, and the whole is to be covered with bronze.
Make pans for the greasy ashes, and make shovels, bowls, hooks, and fire pans. All this equipment is to be made of bronze.
Make a bronze grating and put four bronze carrying rings on its corners.
Put the grating under the rim of the altar, so that it reaches halfway up the altar.
Make carrying poles of acacia wood, cover them with bronze,
and put them in the rings on each side of the altar when it is carried.
Make the altar out of boards and leave it hollow, according to the plan that I showed you on the mountain.
2 Chronicles 4:1
King Solomon had a bronze altar made, which was 30 feet square and 15 feet high.
The cubit
Ezekiel 40:5
What I saw was the Temple, and there was a wall around it. The man took his measuring rod, which was 10 feet long, and measured the wall. It was 10 feet high and 10 feet thick.
Ezekiel 41:8
The outside wall of these rooms was 8 feet thick; there was one door into the rooms on the north side of the Temple, and one into those on the south side. I saw that there was a terrace 8 feet wide around the Temple; it was 10 feet above the ground and it was level with the foundation of the rooms by the Temple walls. Between the terrace and the buildings used by the priests there was an open space 34 feet across, along the sides of the Temple.