Discovered by Accident… the Unknow Ain Dara could be a Twin of Solomon’s Temple? | Ancient Discoveries

Discovered by Accident… the Unknow Ain Dara could be a Twin of Solomon’s Temple?

The mysterious Ain Dara temple is the best-preserved example of Syro-Hittite religious architecture from the late second and early first millennia BC. It is elaborately decorated with basalt sculpture and reliefs. It also contains enigmatic larger-than-life human footprints carved into the temple’s stone thresholds, a feature unique to the building. The Temple is believed to be a close parallel to the contemporary Temple of Solomon, which is at the moment only known from descriptions in the Hebrew Bible. All content on this channel is licensed, and or produced by Zohar Entertainment Group/Awakening Expo/Phenomena Magazine



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