Tabernacle

Tabernacle, a movable structure of the nature of a temple, erected by the Israelites during their wanderings in the wilderness; it was a parallelogram in shape, constructed of boards lined with curtains, the roof flat and of skins, while the floor was the naked earth, included a sanctum and a sanctum sanctorum, and contained altars for sacrifice and symbols of sacred import, especially of the Divine presence, and was accessible only to the priests. See Feasts, Jewish.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Tabard * Table Mountain
Syria
Syrianus
Syrinx
Syrtis, Major and Minor
Syrus, Publius
Système de la Nature
Syzygy
Szechuan
Szegedin
Tabard
Tabernacle
Table Mountain
Tables, The Twelve
Tablets
Table-turning
Taboo
Tabor, Mount
Tabriz
Tacitus, Cornelius
Tacna
Tacoma

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