'Cedar' in the Bible
"I have read the letter that you sent me. I'll do what you've asked about the cedar and cypress timber.
That's how Hiram came to provide Solomon as much cedar and cypress timber as he needed.
After Solomon built the Temple and finished it, he covered the Temple with beams and planks made of cedar.
He constructed this structure to adjoin the entire Temple, five cubits high, and fastened it to the Temple with cedar timbers.
Then he built the inside walls of the Temple, lining them from floor to ceiling with cedar boards, and overlaying the Temple floor with boards made of cypress wood.
He lined 20 cubits of the rear part of the Temple from floor to ceiling with cedar boards specially constructed for the inside to serve as the Most Holy Place.
Cedar carvings in the form of gourds and blooming flowers covered the entire interior of the Temple so that no stone could be seen.
The inner sanctuary was 20 cubits long, 20 cubits wide, and 20 cubits high, and overlaid with pure gold. The altar was also overlaid with cedar.
He constructed the inner court with three rows of precut stone and a row of cedar beams.
He built his own palace out of timber supplied from the forest of Lebanon. It was 100 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, 20 cubits tall, and was constructed on four rows of cedar pillars, with cedar beams interlocking the pillars.
There were 45 pillars paneled with cedar above the side chambers, with rows of fifteen pillars,
He constructed the Judgment Hall for the throne room where he would be ruling, paneling it with cedar from floor to ceiling.
Above these were expensive stones cut according to specifications, and cedar.
So the great court was surrounded by three rows of cut stone, along with a row of cedar beams, just like the inner court of the LORD's Temple and the porch surrounding the Temple.
after which King Solomon gave Hiram 20 cities in the land of Galilee, because King Hiram of Tyre had provided Solomon with as much cedar, cypress timber, and gold that he wanted.