Then the man led me northward into the outer court and brought me to the rooms opposite the temple courtyard and opposite the outer wall on the north side.
The building whose door faced north was a hundred cubits long and fifty cubits wide.
Both in the section twenty cubits from the inner court and in the section opposite the pavement of the outer court, gallery faced gallery at the three levels.
In front of the rooms was an inner passageway ten cubits wide and a hundred cubits long. Their doors were on the north.
Now the upper rooms were narrower, for the galleries took more space from them than from the rooms on the lower and middle floors of the building.
The rooms on the top floor had no pillars, as the courts had; so they were smaller in floor space than those on the lower and middle floors.