Ein Dara

 

Ein Dara ruins are found on a hill north Syria, 75 km from Aleppo. The remnants are from Arabic, Byzantine, Hellenic and Aramean era. The most important part is a temple from 10-th century B.C, ornamented by basaltic stone plates from outside and animal shapes like lions and bulls carved into it. Posted by Picasa

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  1. Mr.Robin Kirkhus 27/01/2011 at 23:18 Reply

    Dear Sirs,

    Some years ago I visited Ein-Dara with a guide from Aleppo.

    Would You kindly provide me with links or any other information that could get me in touch with either a governmental or any university´s archaeological department that would have further information about this excavation?

    I intend to use this information in my work for a ph.d. degree in religious philosophy.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Robin K.

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