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Apamea (Afamia افاميا)

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Qatoura Graves

Qatura Graves - Ancient Times

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Apamea Ruins (Afamia) آثار افاميا

55 km to the northwest of Hama, Syria, overlooking the Ghab valley. It was fortified and enlarged by Seleucus I Nicator in 300 BC, who so named it after his Bactrian wife, Apame.

The acropolis hill is now occupied by the ruins called Kalat el-Mudik (Kŭlat el-Mudîk). The ruins of a highly ornamental character, and of an enormous extent, are still standing, the remains, probably, of the temples of which Sozomen speaks (vii. 15); part of the town is enclosed in an ancient castle situated on a hill; the remainder is to be found in the plain.

from wikipedia

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Apamea Museum in Mudik Town متحف افاميا وقلعة المضيق