How were temples built?
Temples were built by cement
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The Temple of Aphrodite was built in the first century B.C. forAphrodite. The Temple of Aphrodite is still partially standingtoday and many people visit it each year.
According to traditional chronology, the First Temple was built in 832 BCE, and the Second Temple was built in 352 BCE.
The Pharaohs ordered the temples to be built in order to receive favours from the gods in the hope of bringing prosperity to Egypt. Architects, scribes, artisans and thousands… of slaves did the actual work.
To serve as the central place of God's worship, where His presence would dwell (Deuteronomy ch.12).
for important ceremonies
In Luxor there are six great temples, the four on the left bank are known as Goornah, Deir-el-Bahri, the Ramesseum, and Medinet Habu; and the two temples on the right bank are… known as the Karnak and Luxor. The earliest references to the temple complexes date to 1400BC.
The Temple of Luxor was built in Egypt in 1650
This temple was constructed in the 11 th century and is an example of Chola architecture.
Two Jewish temples have been constructed in Jerusalem, historically. Both stood at the same location. It's the raised ground immediately to the east of the "Wailing Wall" i…n modern Jerusalem. That wall is a section of the perimeter boundary of the area on which both Temples stood, and is the only remaining relic of the physical structure of either Temple.
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The temple of Diana in Ephesus, better known as the temple of Artemis, was built to honor the goddess of the hunt, Artemis or Diana.
In Ancient Egypt
the servants in Akhet (the flood season) when there was nothing to harvest.
In History, Politics & Society
After Babylon was defeated by king Cyrus and the Israelites were released it was Ezra who built the ruined temple of Solomon.
No, not by several thousand years.
It was Ezra.