[The only exception was the Tamid-offering which was brought directly to the Altar.] Having the table made of marble kept it cool even on sunny days and thus it helped prevent the meat placed upon it from spoiling. This table also served as a stage during the daily offering of the Tamid when two Kohanim would stand upon this table and sound their trumpets.
|A Kohen places a fresh cut of meat upon the|
Table of the Fats.