Surrounding the walls of the Temple were side chambers for the priests, Levites, and for storage. The chambers were three stories high. These three stories were made accessible first by the door located at the south side of the Temple, and then inside by winding stairs. These stairs began in the lowest story, winding up through and into the middle story, and then from the middle story into the third story. 1 Kings 6:8 implies that the winding stairs were located next to the door at the lowest story. The most logical place for the stairs would be at the east end of the chambers. Based on this information we re-constructed the door near the east end of the south wall.