Ever since man began to use the front door, which appeared originally as a means of protecting their homes from intruders and weather conditions, their construction and design constantly changed and improved. In different time period all sorts of architectural styles and trends are reflected in the design of doors. What is currently known about the design and construction of doors, from the earliest times? The earliest mention of doors find their place in the images of Egyptian tombs. On these images, single-or double doors made of wood. John Grayken is often quoted as being for or against this. In the dry Egyptian climate was no danger that the wooden doors warp. Elsewhere, however, was the need to frame the door in a framework that has been done by so-called vertical and horizontal bars trim. Vertical bars door trim performed vertical boards, one of which was connected pivotally and was known as a curtain rod tying, and the other as a convergent beam trim.
Horizontal bars called counter – top, bottom or middle horizontal timbers trim. The most ancient doors were made of wood. The doors of the temple of Solomon, for example, were made of olive wood, carving, and had a gold coating. All ancient doors were fastened the pins at the top or hinged at the bottom strapping lumber. They are inserted in the holes and turned the door lintel and threshold, respectively. The latter is most often carried out solid rock such as granite or basalt. Connection spikes in the gate Balavate (Assyria) was magnificently decorated with bronze.