This article is called "The Priestly Account of Building The Tabernacle" by Victor (Avigdor) Hurowitz, Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 105, No. 1 (Jan. - Mar., 1985), 21-30.
This article provides an interesting point of view and comparison of the description of The Tabernacle to other sources, particularly those of the other ancient cultures.
Here is an abstract:
"Since Wellhausen the account of building the Tabernacle has been viewed as the result of a gradual expansion of an original story found in Exodus 25-29 + 39:42-43 + Leviticus 9. The present paper analyzes the structure of the extant Tabernacle account and compares it with other accounts of building temples found in the Bible (l Kgs 5:15-9:25) and Mesopotamian and Ugaritic sources. The Tabernacle story in its canonical form is shown to be identical in pattern to these other accounts (especially to the Samsuiluna B inscription; Exod 25:l-9 + 35:l -36:8 has a close parallel in Gordon, UT 51 V 74 - VI 21)"
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