Now the buildings of the outer court
were at least five feet high, and it was impossible for me to stride over them without infinite damage to the pile, though the walls were strongly built of hewn stone, and four inches thick.
From there our way will lie within the temples of the therns and across them to the outer court
Nine whole nights did they set a guard over me taking it in turns to watch, and they kept a fire always burning, both in the cloister of the outer court
and in the inner court at the doors of the room wherein I lay; but when the darkness of the tenth night came, I broke through the closed doors of my room, and climbed the wall of the outer court
after passing quickly and unperceived through the men on guard and the women servants.
It will be the meeting of the Library and the University restaurant, taking place on the outer court
at the entrance of buildings.
During my research I discovered an ancient sacred structure called the Tabernacle that embodies archetypal patterns for creating sacred space and includes three main areas: the Outer Court
, the Holy Place, and the Holy of Holies--or, more simply put: public, private, and intimate space.
Funeral services were held Sunday July 8, at Houlton Full Gospel Assembly Church, Outer Court
Street, in Houlton ,with the Reverend Kevin Hatch officiating.
On the east side, the ditch is divided by a causeway which joined the motte to the bailey - the defensive wall surrounding an outer court
of a castle - where ancillary and garrison buildings would have stood along with pens for stock and horses.
Defending champion Serena lashed out at the All England Club over their decision to put her on the outer court
Look at the view: Kenilworth Castle - across the outer court
, by Loose Canon 1972.
The front part of the castle will be partially roofed to create an outer court
Remaining substantially intact are the great Tudor gatehouse and stabling block located in the outer court
, both from Robert Dudley's time.
Herod's Temple: The Temple Jesus Knew uses animation to reconstruct how the temple might have once looked, imagines the scene that took place when Jesus drove the moneychangers from its outer court
, and the horror of the temple's fiery devastation at the hands of the Romans in A.