|Plan of the Tabernacle and its Courts
|Illustration showing the plan of the Tabernacle, the first sacred edifice of the Hebrews. The large enclosure is an open overhead court, while the small enclosure is a covered court where the main Tabernacle is located. a) Ark in the Holy of Holies. b) Table of show-bread. c) Golden candlestick. d)Altar of incense. e)Laver or basin for washing. f)Altar of burnt-offering. g) ledge around the altar for the priest to stand on. h)Sloping ascent from the ground to the ledge.
|Curtain-wall of Tabernacle Court
|The curtain-wall of the Tabernacle court according to the details suggested by ancient Assyrian sculptures.
|Curtain-wall of the Entrance to the Tabernacle Court
|Illustration of the curtain-wall of the entrance to the Tabernacle court with details as suggested by Assyrian sculptures.
|Planks on the Base of the Tabernacle
|Common view illustration of the planks on the base of the Tabernacle.
|Sockets of Tabernacle Court
|Illustration showing the sockets of tabernacle court and their position under the board.
|Fastenings for the Top of the Boards of the Tabernacle
|Illustration of the fastenings for the top of the boards of the tabernacle, according to Paine.
|Bottom of the Corner Planks of the Tabernacle
|Illustration showing the bottom of the corner planks of the tabernacle, which are shown as resting upon the bases, as according to Paine.
|Corner Board of the Tabernacle
|Illustration showing the corner board of the tabernacle according to Riggenbach.
|Top and Bottom Parts of the Corner-Boards
|Illustration showing the top and bottom parts of the corner-boards of the tabernacles as according to Paine.
|Corner Board of the Tabernacle
|Illustration of the corner board of the tabernacle, according to Murphy.
|Wooden Walls of the Tabernacle
|General view of the wooden walls of the tabernacle, from Paine.
|Tabernacle as Restored by Fergusson
|Illustration of the tabernacle, as restored by Fegusson.
|Tabernacle as Restored by Paine
|Illustration showing the Tabernacle as restored by Paine.
|Rear of the Tabernacle
|Illustration of the rear of the Tabernacle showing the gable curtain according to Paine.
|Copper Tache in the Tabernacle
|The copper tache in the Tabernacle boards, with its attachments, as described by Paine.
|Inner Curtains of the Tabernacle
|The inner curtains of the Tabernacle, according to Paine.
|Face and Section of the Boards of the Tabernacle
|Illustration showing the face and section of the boards of the Tabernacle showing their varied attachments, as according to Paine.
|Corner-board and Sockets of the Tabernacle
|Illustration showing the corner-board and sockets of the Tabernacle.
|Corner-Board of the Tabernacle
|Corner-board of the Tabernacle showing its one ring, in common with that of the side plank.
|Restored interpretation of the golden candelabrum of the Tabernacle.
|Restorations of the Table of Shew-bread
|Various restorations of the table of shew-bread.
|Tabernacle Curtains Illustration
|Illustration of the Tabernacle curtains as joined by the loops and taches, according to Riggenbach and Fergusson.
|The Tabernacle in the Wilderness
|The ancient Tabernacle of Moses illustration with the curtain fence, the bronze laver, the bronze altar, the holy place, and the badger skin covering.