Kordin III was excavated in 1909 by T.E. Peet and T. Ashby. Part of the temple was damaged during the Second World War when bombs fell right beside it. The site is dated to about 3,600-3,000 BCE, although excavations in the 'rooms' behind the temple, have shown that the site was already in use before the existing structures, were built.

Pronunciation: kor-dean tli-ta

Kordin III Aerial Photo