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On August 1, 2015, a team of archaeologists excavated a 1,200-year-old structure in Israel.

Inside was a small shrine that housed the remains of the first two temples to Sheba, known as the First and Second Temples.

The ancient sanctuary is the largest archaeological site in the Middle East and is a symbol of Shebeph and Jhin, the first and second patriarchs of Shebas.

The first temple was built in the early second millennium BCE in the Sheba Valley of Israel.

It was the first of two sheba shrines to be built in ancient Israel.

The second temple was completed in the 4th century BCE, a year after the first temple.

The Second Temple at the entrance to Shebeth was dedicated to Shebas, who was considered to be the first male god.

This temple was constructed over the years and included a third shrine to Shebon.

In this image taken on June 22, 2019, a statue of Shebon is seen at the Temple of the Shebesh in Jerusalem, Israel.

In this image, a replica of the original First Temple, also built in 2170 BCE, is shown at the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem.

The Dome of Mount Hermon, built in 1829, is the most important site of the biblical site of Shema, and is now the center of worship for Muslims.

This is the Dome that the Dome, a massive wooden structure, was built to house the Dome in Jerusalem during the First Jewish Temple in Jerusalem in 686 BCE.

The temple was rebuilt in 2140 BCE.

A rendering of the Dome.

A 3-D rendering of Sheban, an ancient sanctuary built by the second temple, at the end of the second millennium CE.

The Temple of Shebe is seen during a tour of the temple on July 3, 2019.

The dome of the Temple was rebuilt on the site of what is now Mount Hermelon.

The dome of Shebaron, the Dome’s outer wall, is seen on March 1, 2020.

The Dome of Shebalon, an early and famous sanctuary built in 684 BCE, was demolished by the Romans during the Jewish civil war in AD 70.

This wall is now a tourist attraction.

The entrance to the Dome on July 23, 2019 and the Dome at the top of the mountain on April 25, 2020, both show the Dome is built to protect Jerusalem from attacks by Islamic terrorists.

In an August 21, 2019 file photo, a group of tourists take photos of the dome of a temple at the site where the Second Temple was built.

This image shows the Dome as it appeared in 2166 BCE.

This dome is on top of a hill.

In the same image, an excavator is excavating beneath the Dome with a shovel and picks.

The top of Mount Shebalons Dome.

In April 2021, a new Dome was built on top a hill on the Old City of Jerusalem, with the inscription “The Temple Mount is a holy place to the Jewish people.

It is the holiest site in Judaism, the third-holiest site in Islam and one of the six wonders of the world.”

The Dome at its peak in 2020.