The eastern side of the temple, including the open area, was also 175 feet wide.
He also measured the length of the building facing the courtyard on the west side along with its corridors on both sides. It was 175 feet long. The holy place and the most holy place were paneled.
The doorposts, the small windows, and the corridors of all three stories were paneled. The walls, from the floor up to the windows, were paneled.
In the space above the door to the most holy place and on the walls all around it,
there were pictures of angels and palm trees. Palm trees were positioned between each of the angels, and each angel had two faces:
the face of a man, which was turned toward a palm tree on one side, and the face of a lion, which was turned toward a palm tree on the other side. These pictures were carved all around the temple.
Pictures of angels and palm trees were carved on the walls from the floor to the space above the door.
The doorframes in the holy place were square. In front of the most holy place was something similar.
There was a wooden altar, 5 feet high and 3½ feet wide. Its corners, its base, and its sides were made of wood. Then the man told me, "This is the table that is in the presence of the LORD."
The holy place and the most holy place had two doors.
Each of the doors were double doors that swung open.