Hugo Gressmann (Mose und seine Zeit [Göttingen, 1913], p. 241) was the first to point out basic elements of the shared form of the Tabernacle and the Kadesh camp in order to show a preference for P’s camp reconstruction over E’s version, where the “tent of meeting” is pitched outside the camp. The parallel is explored in more detail in Kitchen, “Tabernacle,” p. 121, and in his article in this issue.