These simple plans clearly illustrate the similarities between Yahweh’s Tabernacle and Ramesses’ military camp at Kadesh. Both are entered from the east, and both the Egyptian camp and the courtyard surrounding the Tabernacle form rectangles exactly twice as long as they are wide. Moreover, each of these outer courtyards encloses a structure (respectively, the pharaoh’s tent and the Tabernacle) composed of two rooms—a rectangular forechamber and a cube-shaped inner tent. By contrast, the Jerusalem Temple (bottom plan) has three rooms, with side chambers and no courtyard.