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Table for Showbread
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View of a model of the table on top of which the twelve loaves representing the twelve tribes of Israel were placed. The table was made of acacia wood and overlaid with pure gold. It was 3 ft. [0.9 m.] long, 1.5 ft. [0.5 m.] wide, and 2.25 ft. [0.7 m.] high. It was carried on poles (visible). See Exodus 25:23–29 and 37:10–16 for a description of the table.

The jar in front of the table contains the amount of flour that was used in the baking of the bread.

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