The seventh newest (and second oldest) construction of the the Temple of the First Dragon shows the origins of the circular dome style present in the level above (A). Two large domes (B) comprised the main meeting areas of the cult during this time. The open halls the cult enjoyed during this era of the temple were accessed through several doors (C) now barred and buried under several levels of earth.
When the temple was young, offerings would be dropped to the First Dragon below through the shaft (D) while only the most venerated priests would descend to the original temple below (F). Worshippers waiting to make offerings or to be tested would wait in the long promenade (E).