beit hamkidash

Beit hamkidash - 1 layout a muserments i temple mount 1 500 x 500 ii mainbulding 1 kodesh-kodesh hakodeshim 2 60 long a 20 kodesh akodshem i on

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1. layout a. muserments i. temple mount 1. 500 x 500 ii. mainbulding 1. kodesh-kodesh hakodeshim 2. 60 long a. 20 kodesh akodshem i. on west b. 40 on kodesh 3. 20 wide 4. 30 high 5. 2x the mishkan a. expect high iii. antiechamber 1. in front a. east 2. 10 more amot 3. anticheber comes from word alom- strong since it strenced the tempel by gving extra room iv. lookeout towers 1. shlomo made “sealed lookout towers” a. oxy moron? i. The got narrower as the went in 1. unlike normal windows of the day with got biiger on inside to make more light these were to show light comes from beiot hamikdash ii. otheres say the opisit 1. they got bigger so people couldn’t peek in v. 120 high 1. 20 stories 2. the main b=bulding with 3 30 ama stories ontop a. or the aniti chamber was 120 vi. faced east vii. side structer 1. ommn the notrth west and south sides 2. lower than the regular building 3. made into small rooms wich kohanim prayed and praized hashem a. 38 rooms i. 15 on niorth and south 1. since they were the longest 2. 5 on each level ii. 8 on west
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1. 2 rooms on top and 3 on others b. each room had doors to the rooms on either side and spiral staircase to the one ontop of it
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course SS 101 taught by Professor Peleg during the Spring '02 term at Yeshiva.

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Beit hamkidash - 1 layout a muserments i temple mount 1 500 x 500 ii mainbulding 1 kodesh-kodesh hakodeshim 2 60 long a 20 kodesh akodshem i on

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