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Close-up to the main gate/door of the Citadel of Aleppo - Syria

Close-up to the main gate/door of the Citadel of Aleppo - Syria

Aleppo, Syria - Before and after... To become a "ruinous heap" just as the Bible states...

Aleppo, Syria - Before and after... To become a "ruinous heap" just as the Bible states...

The Ain Dara temple, located northwest of Aleppo, Syria, is an Iron Age Syro-Hittite temple noted for its similarities to Solomon's Temple as described in the Hebrew Bible. According to the excavator Ali Abu Assaf, it was in existence from 1300 BC until 740BC and remained "basically the same" during the period of the Solomonic Temple's construction (1000-900BC) as it had been before, so that it predates the Solomonic Temple. The temples of Emar, Munbaqa, and Ebla are also comparable.

The Ain Dara temple, located northwest of Aleppo, Syria, is an Iron Age Syro-Hittite temple noted for its similarities to Solomon's Temple as described in the Hebrew Bible. According to the excavator Ali Abu Assaf, it was in existence from 1300 BC until 740BC and remained "basically the same" during the period of the Solomonic Temple's construction (1000-900BC) as it had been before, so that it predates the Solomonic Temple. The temples of Emar, Munbaqa, and Ebla are also comparable.

Inside Khan Al-Shuna - Old Aleppo   داخل خان الشونة .... حلب القديمة

Inside Khan Al-Shuna - Old Aleppo داخل خان الشونة .... حلب القديمة

Syria. Ottoman Silk Satin Brocaded Boche.  Syria. My grandmother had hers done is light blue, inside were the silk hats and bibs for each of her four children. Aida Dalati

Syria. Ottoman Silk Satin Brocaded Boche. Syria. My grandmother had hers done is light blue, inside were the silk hats and bibs for each of her four children. Aida Dalati

The roman ruins of Sabratha in northwestern Libya (by dario lorenzetti).

The roman ruins of Sabratha in northwestern Libya (by dario lorenzetti).

Shrine of Saint Takla, Ma'loula Syria

Shrine of Saint Takla, Ma'loula Syria

20 August 2015 - Jihadists from ISIL have murdered a renowned archaeologist in the Syrian city of Palmyra after he refused to give up the secrets of its ancient treasures. Khaled al-Asaad, the 82-year-old long-time director of the Palmyra site, was beheaded in a local square before his body was hung on public display. In a photograph purporting to show his body, a handwritten sign accused him of representing Syria in conferences abroad with “infidels” & of being director of Palmyra’s…

Isil murders scholar who hid treasures of Palmyra

20 August 2015 - Jihadists from ISIL have murdered a renowned archaeologist in the Syrian city of Palmyra after he refused to give up the secrets of its ancient treasures. Khaled al-Asaad, the 82-year-old long-time director of the Palmyra site, was beheaded in a local square before his body was hung on public display. In a photograph purporting to show his body, a handwritten sign accused him of representing Syria in conferences abroad with “infidels” & of being director of Palmyra’s…

Aleppo organic tradition soap

Aleppo organic tradition soap

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