Bible Cross References
Ezekiel 41:2-5
and 18 feet wide, with walls 8 feet thick on either side. He measured the room itself: it was 68 feet long and 34 feet wide.
Then he went to the innermost room. He measured the passageway into it: it was 3 feet deep and 10 feet wide, with walls on either side 12 feet thick.
He measured the room itself, and it was 34 feet square. This room was beyond the central room. Then he said to me, "This is the Most Holy Place."
The man measured the thickness of the inner wall of the Temple building, and it was 10 feet. Against this wall, all around the Temple, was a series of small rooms 7 feet wide.
Ezekiel 41:15-5
Ezekiel 40:6-16
Then he went to the gateway that faced east. He went up the steps, and at the top he measured the entrance; it was 10 feet deep.
Beyond it there was a passageway, which had three guardrooms on each side. Each of the rooms was square, 10 feet on each side, and the walls between them were 8 feet thick. Beyond the guardrooms there was a passageway 10 feet long that led to an entrance room which faced the Temple.
He measured this room and found it was 14 feet deep. It formed that end of the gateway which was nearest the Temple, and at its far end the walls were 4 feet thick.
(SEE 40:8)
(These guardrooms on each side of the passageway were all the same size, and the walls between them were all of the same thickness.)
Next, the man measured the width of the passageway in the gateway. It was 22 feet altogether, and the space between the open gates was 16 feet.
In front of each of the guardrooms there was a low wall 20 inches high and 20 inches thick. (The rooms were 10 feet square.)
Then he measured the distance from the back wall of one room to the back wall of the room across the passageway from it, and it was 42 feet.
The room at the far end led out to a courtyard. He measured that room and found it was 34 feet wide.
The total length of the gateway from the outside wall of the gate to the far side of the last room was 84 feet.
There were small openings in the outside walls of all the rooms and also in the inner walls between the rooms. There were palm trees carved on the inner walls that faced the passageway.