Those vestments which were common to all priests, were the Priestly undergarments, tunic, and turban. The vestments that were unique to the High Priest were the Priestly robe (me'il) ("Robe of the Ephod"), the Ephod, the Priestly breastplate with twelve gems, sash, turban, on which a golden plate inscribed with the words: "Holiness unto YHWH" was attached to the mitznefet.
God's presence at the Tabernacle. And so God dwelled among His people in the tabernacle in the wilderness. He appeared as a pillar of cloud over the tabernacle by day and a pillar of fire by night in the sight of all Israel. The people would not set out on their journey unless the cloud lifted. It was an unmistakably powerful visual statement indicating God’s presence among them.
The Jewish high court of justice consisted of 71 men and was led by the high priest. The council could decide almost any fate of its people—except the death penalty, which was decided by the Romans. The court was located within the Chamber of Hewn Stone inside Herod’s Temple.
A minifigure scale model of the Tabernacle in LEGO. I feel this is as close as LEGO can get to matching the description in the Bible. This idea came about when my Grandfather asked me to make a model of the Tabernacle to help support a series of bible studies he is doing at our chapel.