"Thou, O King, sawest, (in his dream) and behold a great image. (in other words, the likeness of a man) This great image, whose brightness was excellent, (or frightening—some translations put) stood before thee; and the form thereof was terrible." And again, frightening, beyond human comprehension. Now he's beginning to explain the dream.
"This image's head was of fine gold, (Now that's why we know it's a depiction of a human likeness.) his breast (or his chest and shoulders) and his arms of silver, his belly (or the abdomen down to the upper thigh) and his thighs of brass, 33. His legs of iron, his feet part of iron and part of clay (were made up of a mixture of iron and clay)."
All right, now we're going to just briefly—and I'll go back and put it on the board.