Thirty basons of gold, silver basons of a second sort four hundred and ten, and other vessels a thousand.
Thirty basins of gold,.... Cups or dishes with covers, as the word seems to signify; but, according to Jarchi and Aben Ezra, they were vessels in which the blood of sacrifices was received, and out of which it was sprinkled on the altar:
silver basins of a second sort four hundred and ten; perhaps lesser than the other, however not so valuable, being of silver; in the Apocrypha:
"And this was the number of them; A thousand golden cups, and a thousand of silver, censers of silver twenty nine, vials of gold thirty, and of silver two thousand four hundred and ten, and a thousand other vessels.'' (1 Esdras 2:13)
the number is 2410; and in the letter of Cyrus, before referred to, it is 2400:
and other vessels a thousand; which are not particularly mentioned; Junius and Tremellius render the words,
other vessels by thousands, there being near 3000 that are not described.