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The Tabernacle camp showing the outer court where the bronze laver and the brazen altar was located.
The Tabernacle camp showing the outer court.
The tabernacle courtyard surrounded the tent of the Tabernacle; it was length::100 cubits long, breadth::50 cubits broad, and height::5 cubits high. Twenty pillars stood on the south side, twenty on the north, and ten pillars each on the east and west sides. Each pillar was made of acacia wood overlaid with gold, rested on a bronze socket, and had a silver hook. On these hooks hung curtains of white linen, except for a twenty-cubit gate on the east side of the courtyard. Those curtains were of blue, purple, and scarlet. Each pillar had two guy ropes to secure it, one on the inside and the other on the outside, secured to a bronze peg (Exodus 27:9-19 ).