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1-Amrit Ruins  The Temple   Amrit Hill The Rock House The Mauseleums

 

( الشراريف Sharareef )

- The Temple :

It is a trough digged in the rock . It is measures are / 56.33 cm 50.49 m / . whereas , its pool is / 38 48 m / . It has a corridor , columns , and thresholds decorated by Sharareef. Among them , there are gargoyles engraved like the lion head in a presian style . The water of the corridor's roof inclines toward the pool . In the eastern wall , there is a holy spring , and an engraved canal in its eastern and southern which is used for purgation , and another one digged in the corridor for drinking .Whereas , the drain is situated in the northern side .

The temple is centered by the alter which is decorated by Sharareef and corbels of Egyptian style . It was dedicated to Melkart ( The Vulnerary god ) .

The roaming around the alter is done in the corridors or by small boats in the surrounding pool .

Lucian , the historian , had mentioned an a like temple in Monbej ( Heirapolis ) . Several seasons of digs and instaurations had been made . Fictile vessels were found such as purgamy plates , decorated ,tazzas , ex-Voted sculptures , Rhodesian jars' ears , and glass crack . It goes back to the 4th or 5th century B.C .  

  The existence of holes in Columns' corners worthsmention . It allows to put the finger the finger of the sick or hang something maybe the corban

 

 

Amrit Hill

 

It is the most famous hill in the area . And it is considered the residential city . It is / 140 110 m / , and no more than / 17 m / high. Near it , there is a sprung for drinking know as the hill spring , and another one ( about 300 m to the west ) know as the spring of life .

Several seasons of digs were done there . Proffessor Donan , Dr. Albuni , and Mr.Salibi . had participated in them in the ( 4th 5th ) century B.C . levels , the 1st Bronze age and Mid Bronze age levels / 1750 1350 B.C > / , and another exploration about / 5 m / deep between / 200 / 2150 / B.C . This is the period which the Amorits , had established some cities on the coast , and Amrit could be considered from this era .

 

- Sacred things loding :

It is located to the west of the temple . It is a hillock ( small hill ) Know as the quarry . Mr.Morice Donan found , in 1927 , a group of statues and parts of statues engraved of lime stone impressed by the Egyptian , Presian , and Cyperian art .

Also , the digs' seasons of the fifties brought about statues ' heads crowned by bay and some fictile toys from the ( 4th  - 5th ) century B.C . they are exhibited in Damascus , Tartous , and Arwad museums

 

The Rock House

People Knew it as the church site . It is engraved in the rock . It western frontage is / 30 m / long of different heights , and it is about / 80 m / thick . It consists of three rooms whose walls are from the rock itself .

- The Stadium

It is about / 300 m / to the north and eastern north of the temple , engraved in the rock , and worn in some of its parts . Insomuch , some parts of it were removed . It is eastern parties like a horseshoe with tow corridors which allow the contestants to go in and out of the playground . Also , there is another corridor in the southern part like a tunnel . It is / 230 30 m / . It consists of seven gardes , and seats about / 11200 / spectators .

Imprinted Rhodesian pots and parts of huge pots with crosses and different saddles were found in it . It looks like the stadium of Alice city in Greece with a slight different in length . It could be considered one of the Olympiad stadiums in which games were taken place at that time ( running

 

The Mauseleums

 (الشراريف Sharareef )

 

A-  The Mauseleum : It represents funeral statues or huge engraved tomb stones which belonged to the kings of Amrit and Arwad , or therich . It is from the ( 5th 6th ) century B.C . Since , there aren't any writings , so the owner is unknown .

- The First :  It is pyramidal . It consists of a cubic  base which ends by corbels , and , over it , there is a barrel crowned by a pyramid . It is entered through a corridor having stairs engraved in the rock . Next to it , there are individual tombs . The corridor ends by tow successive rooms : the first one contains individual tombs , while in the second , there is a terrace in the middle to put the householder's coffin .

- the second : It has domes . It is a square base headed by a barred decorated by Sharareef , followed by another barred , smaller than the first , in the form of a dome decorated by Sharareef. An engraved corridor leads to the vault . It has stairs which reach two successive rooms .

B- ACollective vault : It is located slightly to the east of the mauseleum . It contains tow rooms and individual tombs and another vault having long individual tombs .

C-  A memorial : It has a cubic form . It consists of tow masses of huge stones . Having corbels by impressed the Egyptian art.

D-  Individual or collective vaults : It spreads over large areas like wells engraved in the rock . The individual tombs are distributed inside them

 

Wajdy Moustapha

Amrit  

1-Art in Amrit The coins of Amrit The Religion 

 2-Amrit Ruins The Temple   Amrit Hill   The Rock House   The Mauseleums

  3- Azar Vaults Al-Buzzak Tower Al-Buzzak Tower  Rom  Al-Zaha     The Port 

4-Water Tunnels The stone Wall   Kherbet Allebneh  The Human Settlement

 5-Tal Kazal 

 Ramat Al- Bassah / Hamad Land /Tal Almontar Tabet Alhamam Samerian Hill

 Tal Leha 

Amrit

Art in Amrit

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