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  • Antiquity of working in
  • Canaan abounded in
  • Characterised by: Fusibility.
  • Characterised by: Hardness.
  • Characterised by: Sonorousness.
  • Characterised by: Strength.
  • Characterised by: Yellow colour.
  • Coined for money
  • Collected by David for the temple
  • Dug out of the mountains
  • Extensive commerce in
  • Illustrative of: Extreme drought.
  • Illustrative of: Macedonian empire.
  • Illustrative of: Obstinate sinners.
  • Illustrative of: Strength given to saints.
  • Illustrative of: The decrees of God.
  • Illustrative of: The earth made barren.
  • Illustrative of: The strength and firmness of Christ.
  • Inferior in value to gold and silver
  • Made into: Altars.
  • Made into: Bars for gates.
  • Made into: Fetters.
  • Made into: Gates.
  • Made into: Greaves for the legs.
  • Made into: Helmets.
  • Made into: Household vessels.
  • Made into: Idols.
  • Made into: Instruments of music.
  • Made into: Lavers.
  • Made into: Mirrors.
  • Made into: Pillars.
  • Made into: Sacred vessels.
  • Made into: Shields.
  • Made into: Sockets for pillars.
  • Moses made the serpent of
  • Offerings of, for the tabernacle
  • Offerings of, for the temple
  • Purified by smelting
  • Taken in war: Cleansed by fire.
  • Taken in war: Generally consecrated to God.
  • Taken in war: Often in great quantities.
  • Takes a high polish
  • Working in, a trade

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