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Replica of the Israelite Tabernacle
Israel

A replica of the Israelite tabernacle has been set up at Timna National Park in Israel.  This is a panorama of the Holy Place.

Copyright: William Hamblin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14316x7158
Uploaded: 29/01/2010
Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: tabernacle israelite timna
  • Jack about 1 year ago
    In the chronological birth order and each of their twelve patriarchal Degelim colors. [1] Reuben - Red squire flag, with mandrake flowers. [2] Simeon - Green squire flag, with buildings of the city of Shechem. [3] Levi - The exterior squire flag frame is made of White, Black, and Red vertical stripes. With internal squire fabric semblance of the Hoshen [Breastplate three roles of the twelve square tribal Degelim composite] varicolored of Gold, Sky-Blue, Purple, and Crimson / Scarlet, blend fabric motif, with all twelve tribal Degelim. Indicative of the YHWH Kingdom single Flag. [Ancient Semite concept, Vertical stripes on fabric dress, known as Tiger stripes a sign of honor. Horizontal stripes as a sign of shame as whip lashes.] [4] Judah - Sky blue squire flag, with a lion. [5] Dan - Blue squire flag, with a snake. [6] Naphtali - [clear wine] Purple squire flag [burgundy], with a hind. [7] Gad - Grey [a varicolored blend of black white and sky blue color thread cord then interlacing together into weave fabric] squire flag, with a tent camp. [8] Asher - Blue-Green squire flag, with a woman’s turban and olive tree. [9] Issachar - [dark] Blue squire flag, with a Donkey carrying a saddle bag, or the sun and moon. [10] Zebulun - White squire flag, with a ship. [11] Joseph - Black squire flag, with Sheaf of wheate. * a. Ephraim - Black squire flag, with a Bullock. * b. Manasseh - Black squire flag, with a Oryx. [12] Benjamin - All tribal Color blend [a varicolored combination all tribal colors of Red, Green, White, Black, Blue, Bluish-Green and Purple, the seven [7] varicolored thread cord used in their fabric Flag. {The varicolored is a twisted blend of this colors into a single cord then interlacing together into weave fabric.} The squire flag with a wolf.
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