There is a "classic" model of the Beis Hamikdash (I think it's from the HolyLand model).
Are there any sources for the decisions taken in the model (for example, what components were done based on
- Rambam/Mishna [Jewish traditional sources]
- Assumptions of the designer. )
For example, most models that I've seen had those triangles on top of the Ulam (which are meant to chase away the birds) the same size (and the same amount of) as other models. Is this based on anything or just an assumption of the architect behind the Holyland design?