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Three Byzantine tombs discovered in Wadi al-Zahab in Syria
By Fadi Allafi .Ghossoun
Friday, 13 November 2009 00:40
Homs (central Syria) Museums and Antiquities Department recently
discovered a cave in Wadi al-Zahab that includes a cemetery of three
tombs which are not completed because no one was buried in them. The
cemetery dates back to the Byzantine era.
Head of the Department Farid Jabbour said the cemetery was
discovered during the excavations carried out by the General
Establishment for Water studies to keep off floods.
Moreover, The Syrian-Lebanese-Spanish joint expedition concluded
archeological surveys which began in mid September in the villages
of Qazhal, al-Rabiyeh, al-Mashahdeh, al-Rabieaa and Khurbat Ghazi
north of the city of Homs.
The expedition also surveyed the areas of Tal al-Safa, Tal Marah and
Jaftlik, which date back to prehistoric ages. The expedition
studied, documented and photographed the area, collecting samples of
pottery fragments and making drawings of stone sculptures.
Meanwhile, the Syrian-British joint expedition concluded surveys in
the sites of al-Dumaina, Qutaina, al-Samaalil, Akrad Dasnia, al-Zaibaq,
Tir Maala, and al-Ghanto.
Director of the Homs Department of Archeology and Museums Farid
Jabbour said that archeological survey expeditions are continuing
their work from previous seasons, and that once they finish surveys
they will draw a map of ancient locations of human settlements
throughout the various ages.
Global Arab Network
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