The Ain Dara temple, located northwest of Aleppo, Syria, is an Iron Age Syro-Hittite temple noted for its similarities to Solomon's Temple as described in the Hebrew Bible. According to the excavator Ali Abu Assaf, it was in existence from 1300 BC until 740BC and remained "basically the same" during the period of the Solomonic Temple's construction (1000-900BC) as it had been before, so that it predates the Solomonic Temple. The temples of Emar, Munbaqa, and Ebla are also comparable.
Uno Inca Pagan Terraza en un círculo cráter natural de la Tierra. Ruinas Incas en Moray, Perú - terrazas circulares de piedra que se construyeron en los cráteres naturales existentes en la tierra. Ellos fueron construidos originalmente en los tiempos pre-incas, tal vez ya en 1000 AD.