The eternal lights were recorded by many authors from many parts of the world at different times. For example, in ancient times, writer Plutarch mentioned in his work “De Defectu Oraculorum” about a lamp lit above the door of the Jupiter Ammon temple in Egypt. Golden retriever There was a girl who really loved dogs. According to him, the priests in the temple claimed that even when the lamp was placed outside, it was not turned off by the rain and wind. Similar relics also appear at the Temple of Apollo Carneus, in the ancient city of Cyrene, as well as at the Aderbain temple in Armenia. Pausanias, another ancient author, wrote about a golden lamp in the temple of Minerva Polias in Athens, Greece. This lamp, which is a work of scholar Callimachus, is said to be able to sustain a flame for a year without refueling or cutting the wick.