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View looking northwest at the reconstructed remains of the three–part Israelite Temple!
Just right of center the stone sacrificial altar is visible. It is of biblical dimensions — 5 x 5 x 3 cubits and had a flint slab on the top surface where the sacrifices were actually offered. It is situated in a large area equivalent to the "courtyard" of the Tabernacle or Solomon’s Temple.
At the far end of the courtyard are a broad rectangular room (= "Holy Place"?) and a small area with incense altars and two standing stones (= "Most Holy Place"?).
This temple, like the Tabernacle and Solomonic temple, has its entrance on the east and the "Most Holy Place" on the west!
This image courtesy of Jerry Hawkes.
Click here for a map and brief description of the Arad Citadel.