Mureybet
Mureybet (Arabic: مريبط‎) is a tell, or ancient settlement mound, located on the west bank of the Euphrates in Ar-Raqqah Governorate, northern Syria. The site was excavated between 1964 and ...
Tell Sabi Abyad
Tell Sabi Abyad (Arabic: تل صبي أبيض‎) is an archaeological site in the Balikh River valley in northern Syria. The site consists of four prehistoric mounds that are numbered Tell Sabi Abyad ...
Qal'at Ja'bar
Qal'at Ja'bar (Arabic: قلعة جعبر‎, Turkish: Caber Kalesi) is a castle on the left bank of Lake Assad in Ar-Raqqah Governorate, Syria. Its site, formerly a prominent hill-top overlooking...
Qal'at Ja'bar - Wikipedia
Tuttul
The Bronze Age town of Tuttul is identified with the archaeological site of Tell Bi'a in Ar-Raqqah Governorate, northern Syria. Tell Bi'a is located near the modern city of Ar-Raqqah and the confluenc...
Tuttul - Wikipedia
Resafa
Resafa (Arabic: الرصافة‎ [reṣafa]), known in Roman times as Sergiopolis and briefly as Anastasiopolis, was a city located in the Roman province of Euphratensis, in modern-day Syria. It is a...
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Tell Fray
Tell Fray is a tell, or settlement mound, on the east bank of the Euphrates in Ar-Raqqah Governorate, northern Syria. The archaeological site takes its name from an ancient irrigation canal, hence 'Fr...
Tell Zeidan
39°05′39.29″E / 35.9501139°N 39.0942472°E / 35.9501139; 39.0942472Tell Zeidan is an archaeological site of the Ubaid culture in northern Syria, from about 5500 to 4000 BC. T...
Tell Chuera
Tell Chuera is an ancient Near Eastern tell site in Ar Raqqah Governorate, northern Syria. It lies between the Balikh and Khabur rivers.
The site was first described by Max von Oppenheim in 1913. ...
Tell Abu Hureyra
Tell Abu Hureyra (Arabic: تل أبو هريرة‎) is an archaeological site located in the Euphrates valley in modern Syria. The remains of the villages within the tell come from over 4,000 years of ...