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Bronze sink and altar of the Tabernacle model in Timna.
The Tabernacle camp showing the outer court where the bronze laver was located halfway between the brazen altar and the Holy Place.
The bronze laver or brazen laver (Hebrew: כִּיֹּ֥ור נְחֹ֛שֶׁת, kiyyor nechosheth) was a laver or basin located in the outer court where the priests washed their hands and feet symbolizing a purification to enter the Holy Place (Exodus 30:17-21 ). It was filled with water and located halfway between the brazen altar and the Holy Place.