The Tabernacle’s exact specifications are unclear. While most scholars believe the structure measured 30 cubits in length and 10 in width, Richard Friedman and Yohanan Aharoni argue for a smaller reconstruction (20 x 6 cubits) in which the Tabernacle frames/boards overlap; see Friedman, “The Tabernacle in the Temple,” Biblical Archaeologist 43 (1980), pp. 241–248, and “Tabernacle,” in The Anchor Bible Dictionary, 6 vols. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1992), vol. 6, pp. 292–300. See also Aharoni, “The Solomonic Temple, the Tabernacle and the Arad Sanctuary,” in Orient and Occident, ed. Harry A. Hoffner (Neukirchen: Neukirchener, 1973), pp. 1–7.