The most detailed description of Solomon’s Temple appears in 1 Kings 6–7. The Book of Chronicles includes a parallel account (2 Chronicles 2–4), but this was written after the First Temple was destroyed. Other references are scattered throughout the Book of Kings and the prophecies of Jeremiah and Ezekiel (especially Ezekiel 40–46). For more on the Temple’s design, see the following articles: Victor Hurowitz, “Inside Solomon’s Temple,” Bible Review, April 1994; Volkmar Fritz, “What Can Archaeology Tell Us About Solomon’s Temple?” BAR 13:04; Ernest Marie-Laperrousaz, “King Solomon’s Wall Still Supports the Temple Mount,” BAR 13:03.