Tabernacle

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Tabernacle

Tabernacle
(old greek σκηνή — tent; heb. ןמִשְכָּ — mishkan, abode, residence, heb. אהל מועד — ohhle moed, meeting tent, meeting)
Basically used in the meaning of the marching church of the Jews, the Tabernacle of the assembly, used according to the Bible as the place of offering sacrifices and storing the Ark of the Covenant before the construction of the Jerusalem temple, created strictly in the image of the Tabernacle.
The Russian tradition also uses a synonym for the Tabernacle word - .
Today 23 Shvat 5730 AD Sunday, (17 January 2021)

View of the Tabernacle


Scheme of the Tabernacle



Model of the Tabernacle in the Valley of Timna, Israel

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In Timna, there is a layout of the Tabernacle (life-sized), similar to that built by the Israelites during their wanderings in the desert after the exodus from Egypt.

Model of the Tabernacle in the Valley of Timna

Model of the Tabernacle in the Valley of Timna