Does it remind you of something?
Well, here's once conclusion, p. 139 here:
The Tayinat Archaeological Project’s investigations, when combined with the results of the Syrian-Hittite Expedition, most notably their Building II, indicate the existence of an extensive religious complex in this area of the Neo-Assyrian city. Building II has been upheld as an exemplar of Iron Age Levantine religious architecture ever since its discovery in 1936. Many scholars, including its original excavators (see Haines 1971: 53), have identified it as a megaron-style temple, part of a long-standing West Semitic religious tradition. Biblical scholars have largely favored this view, drawing visual inspiration for the various components of the Solomonic temple described in the Hebrew Bible (cf. Wright 1941; Busink 1970: 558–62)...
The Temple in Jerusalem.
The Temple in the Bible.
thanks to Challah for research assistance.