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1 Benabil House no. I, doorway of courtyard.
2 Benabil House no. I, west front.
3 Benabil House no. I, upper story portico.
4 Benabil House no. I, rear wall from southeast.
5 Benabil House no. II from southeast.
6 Benabil Ruin of bicolumnar monument from southwest.
7 Bettir Church, south portal.
8 Bettir Church, ruins of west façade.
9 Bettir Church and baptistery from southwest.
10 Kirk Beza South wall of insula (Houses I and II).
11 Kirk Beza Front wall of residences of insula. Enclosure for stairs and fragment of portico, right.
12 Kirk Beza House no. III, front wall of courtyard.
13 Kirk Beza House no. III, doorway of courtyard.
14 Kirk Beza House no. III, front (east) wall.
15 Kirk Beza House no. IV.
16 Kirk Beza House and winepress in southeast angle of town.
17 Kirk Beza Ruins of building in megalithic style. With Butler's attendant, George D. Cavalcanty.
18 Kfer Church from south.
19 Kfer Church, exterior of apse.
20 Kfer Church, interior of apse.
21 Kfer Church, interior of arched doorway in south wall.
22 Kfer Oil or wine press.
23 Kalb Lauzeh Church, west façade.
24 Kalb Lauzeh Church, south side from southwest.
25 Kalb Lauzeh Church, exterior of apse from southeast.
26 Kalb Lauzeh Church, south side from southeast.
26.1 Kalb Lauzeh Church, south side from southeast.
27 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, interior of north side and apse from west.
28 Kalb Lauzeh Church, interior of south side and apse from west.
29 Kalb Lauzeh Church, interior of apse from west.
29.1 Kalb Lauzeh Church, fragment of Syriac inscription built into wall.
30 Bshindelinteh Portal in north part of town.
31 Bshindelinteh Interior colonnade of house.
32 Masarteh Two doorways near ruins of church.
33 Masarteh Detail of doorway with inscription.
34 Masarteh Doorway with symbols in south wall of house.
35 Kasr il-Gharbi Tomb exterior from southwest.
36 Kasr il-Gharbi Tomb interior of northeast corner.
37 Bshindelaya Villa with rock-hewn courtyard.
38 Bshindelaya Villa from southeast.
39 Bshindelaya Tomb of Tiberius Claudius Sosander, 134 AD.
39.1 Bshindelaya Detail of lintel in house.
40 Behyo General view of basilica and houses from southeast.
41 Behyo Basilica, west façade.
42 Behyo Basilica, east façade.
43 Behyo Basilica, interior of east end.
44 Behyo Houses north of basilica.
45 Behyo Houses at west end of town.
46 Kefr Mares Tomb, interior with six arcosolia and column in center.
47 Kefr Mares Tomb, interior with six arcosolia and column in center, view from entrance.
47.1 Kefr Mares Pedestal tomb, exterior.
48 Taltita Tomb with pyramidal roof, north of town.
49 Taltita Pedestal tomb with sarcophagus, south of town.
50 Arshin Church, interior of apse from west.
51 Arshin Church, exterior of apse from east.
52 Arshin Three-story house southeast of town.
53 Der Seta Hexagonal baptistery from southeast.
53.1 Der Seta General view.
53.2 Der Seta General view.
53.3 Der Seta Hexagonal baptistery from southeast.
53.4 Der Seta Hexagonal baptistery from south.
54 Der Seta Hexagonal baptistery from east.
55 Der Seta Church, exterior of north wall.
55.1 Der Seta Church, exterior of north wall.
56 Der Seta Church, interior and north wall, from west.
57 Der Seta Church, exterior of south portal and windows.
58 Der Seta Square baptistery adjoining church, from east.
58.1 Der Seta House on western slope, detail of two portals.
58.2 Der Seta Large house, front with stable on ground floor, from south.
58.3 Der Seta Ornamental details built into Arabic castle.
59 Bankusa House in polygonal style, interior with basin.
60 Bankusa House in polygonal style, exterior.
61 Bankusa North Church, south side.
62 Bankusa South Church from southwest.
63 Bankusa South Church from north.
63.1 Bankusa South Church from east.
63.2 Bankusa South Church from southeast.
64 Bankusa Two-story house in center of town.
64.1 Bankusa Distant view of Bankusa from Der Seta.
65 Dauwar Church and baptistery from southeast.
65.1 Dauwar Church and baptistery from southeast.
65.2 Dauwar Dromos of rock-hewn chamber.
66 Dauwar Church, cloister court from southeast corner.
67 Dauwar Houses with two-story colonnade, northeast of church.
68 Dauwar House II with two-story colonnade, north of church.
68.1 Dauwar House II with two-story colonnade, north of church.
69 Khurebat Church, east end and north wall from south.
70 Djuwaniyeh Houses on hillside.
71 Djuwaniyeh House with Doric colonnade, north part of town.
72 Djuwaniyeh House with two-story colonnade, east part of town.
73 Djuwaniyeh Tomb of Antiochos, 340 AD. Detail of entrance.
73.1 Djuwaniyeh Tomb of Antiochos, 340 AD.
74 Djuwaniyeh Pedestal tomb.
75 Djuwaniyeh Tomb of Kassianos (pyramidal tomb), 398 AD.
76 Djuwaniyeh Pyramidal tomb.
77 Djuwaniyeh Canopy tomb with gabled roof.
78 Djuwaniyeh Church, west façade.
79 Djuwaniyeh Church, interior of west end.
80 Djuwaniyeh Church, interior of apse from southwest.
81 Djuwaniyeh Building south of church, doorway.
82 Djuwaniyeh Building south of church, west wall.
83 Kefr Finisheh Chapel from southwest.
84 Kefr Finisheh Chapel, interior from west.
85 Kefr Finisheh Chapel from southeast.
86 Kefr Finisheh Chapel from northeast.
87 Kefr Finisheh South Church, interior of apse. With George D. Cavalcanty, Butler's attendant.
87.1 Kefr Finisheh Stele fragment with relief and inscription, 189 AD.
88 Kokanaya East Church, interior of apse from west. Robber King at right, with sword.
89 Kokanaya East Church, exterior of apse.
89.1 Kokanaya East Church, exterior of apse.
90 Kokanaya South Church, north wall from north.
91 Kokanaya House no. III, center of town.
91.1 Kokanaya House no. III, center of town.
92 Kokanaya House no. III from southwest.
93 Kokanaya House no. II, east front.
93.1 Kokanaya House no. II, east front.
94 Kokanaya House no. I, south front.
94.1 Kokanaya House no. I, south front.
95 Kokanaya Pyramidal tomb, 384 AD.
96 Kokanaya Garden house, view of front and left side.
96.1 Kokanaya Garden house, view of front and right side.
96.2 Kokanaya Garden house, close view of front and left side.
96.3 Kokanaya Vestibule of house with inscribed lintel, 431 AD.
97 Banakfur Rock-cut tomb, façade.
98 Banakfur House no. I, front (south) wall and portico.
99 Banakfur House no. II, front (south) wall and colonnade.
100 Banakfur Public building from southeast.
101 Banakfur Vaulted cistern north of town.
102 Ishruk Church, south side with doorways and apse arch.
103 Nuriyeh Front wall of polygonal house.
104 Nuriyeh Chapel, south portal and windows of north wall.
105 Nuriyeh Church, exterior of apse from southeast.
106 Maramaya Church, south side.
107 Maramaya House with seats in upper portico, from west
108 Maramaya House with seats in upper portico, from east.
109 Turlaha Church, interior of apse showing Saracenic arches.
110 Khirbit Hasan Church, south wall with two doorways (one in use), 507 AD.
111 Khirbit Hasan Church, doorway with Syriac inscription.
112 Khirbit Hasan Church, east end.
113 Dehes West Church, interior from west.
114 Dehes West Church, exterior of east end from northeast.
115 Dehes East Church, south portal.
116 Dehes Baptistery of East Church, from west.
117 Dehes Baptistery of East Church, from southeast.
117.1 Dehes Baptistery of East Church, lintel, cast of Syriac inscription No. 8.
118 Dehes Two-story portico of house facing south, near West Church.
119 Dehes Superposed doorways at center of town.
120 Dehes Villa in south of town, interior of court, west side.
121 Dehes Small house from north.
122 Dehes House near West Church, portico.
123 Dehes Vaulted cistern.
124 Dehes Wall of draughted masonry.
125 Bashakuh Small house with double colonnade, north part of town.
126 Bashakuh Large house at east side of town, interior.
127 Bashakuh Small square house with decorated window, north end of town.
128 Bashakuh House with two-story colonnade, south end of town.
129 Bashakuh Portico of house with decorated lintel.
130 Silfaya Large portal in center of town.
131 Silfaya Portal of baptistery, with cuspidate outer molding.
132 Silfaya Portico with seats in upper story.
133 Bamukka Rock-cut tomb, gateway from south.
134 Bamukka Rock-cut tomb, façade showing polygonal wall, from south.
135 Bamukka Church from southwest.
136 Bamukka Church and baptistery from east.
137 Bashmishli Church, east end.
138 Bashmishli Church, interior view towards apse showing chancel arch.
139 Bashmishli Large house from west.
140 Bashmishli Baptistery dated 536 AD, west front.
140.1 Bashmishli Small square house near church.
141 Babutta Rock-cut tomb with built façade and roof, from north.
142 Burdj Bakirha Gate and temple, 161 AD.
143 Burdj Bakirha Temple from east (with Khalil sitting on column base).
144 Burdj Bakirha Temple from southwest (with George D. Cavalcanty in breach of wall).
145 Burdj Bakirha Temple, showing columns of façade and eagle in pediment, from west.
146 Burdj Bakirha Gate of temenos (sacred precinct), 161 AD, from west.
147 Bakirha View of (l-r) baptistery, doorway to cloister, and east end of West Church, from east.
148 Bakirha West Church, doorway to cloister (501 AD).
149 Bakirha West Church, baptistery and entrance to cloister.
149.1 Bakirha West Church, baptistery from northwest.
150 Bakirha East Church, west façade, 546 AD.
150.1 Bakirha East Church, lintel of west portal with inscriptions in Syriac and Greek.
150.2 Bakirha East Church, fragment of Syriac inscription.
150.3 Bakirha East Church, capital.
151 Bakirha East Church, interior of west end.
152 Bakirha East Church, exterior of east end.
153 Bakirha House with shade-stone over doorway.
154 Bakirha Two small house fronts with outside stairs.
155 Khirbit il-Khatib Baptistery and church from east.
155.1 Khirbit il-Khatib Church, northeast angle of nave.
156 Khirbit Tezin Church, west façade, 585 AD.
157 Khirbit Tezin Church, detail of west portal with apse arch in background.
158 Khirbit Tezin Church, south wall from southeast.
159 Kasr Iblisu Church, west façade (with Hassan near doorway).
160 Kasr Iblisu Church, interior of east end showing chancel arch.
161 Kasr Iblisu Church from southeast.
161.1 Kasr Iblisu West church, doorway of baptistery.
162 Dar Kita Church of the Trinity (South Church), south wall.
162.1 Dar Kita Church of the Trinity (South Church), east wall.
163 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), south side with two doorways.
164 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), interior view into apse, from west.
165 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, exterior of apse.
166 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, interior of apse.
166.1 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, interior of apse excavated.
167 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), baptistery, exterior from northwest.
168 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses (North Church), house and gateway of cloister.
169 Dar Kita Church of St. Sergius (East Church), west portal with chancel arch in background.
169.1 Dar Kita Church of St. Sergius (East Church), east wall exterior.
170 Dar Kita Church of St. Sergius (East Church), interior of east end with baptistery at right.
171 Dar Kita Polygonal house wall and arcade to west of Church of St. Paul and Moses.
172 Dar Kita Polygonal house wall to west of Church of St. Paul and Moses, from southwest.
172.01 Dar Kita House no. V (439 AD), from southeast.
172.02 Dar Kita House no. XI (452 AD).
172.03 Dar Kita Building XV from southeast.
172.04 Dar Kita Church of the Trinity (South Church), pier capital.
172.05 Dar Kita House in complex XIV, detail of lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1081.
172.06 Dar Kita House no. II, detail of lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1082.
172.07 Dar Kita House no. XVII, detail of gateway lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1074.
172.08 Dar Kita House no. I, two doorways with Greek-inscribed lintels, l-r no. 1084 and no. 1083.
172.09 Dar Kita House no. XVIII, lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1089.
172.11 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses, south side, eastern doorway, inscription no. 1076.
172.12 Dar Kita Church of St. Paul and Moses, squeeze being made of inscription no. 1076.
172.13 Dar Kita House no. V, lintel with Greek inscription, no. 1078.
172.14 Dar Kita House no. X, Greek inscription on lintel, no. 1073.
172.15 Dar Kita Church of St. Sergius (east church), Syriac graffito on exterior of east wall.
172.16 Dar Kita Church of St. Sergius (east church), Syriac graffito on exterior of east wall, detail.
173 Babiska Doorway of house in center of town.
173.1 Babiska Pier of portico with Syriac graffito.
174 Babiska West wall of house built in quadrated and polygonal styles.
175 Babiska Church of St. Sergius (West Church), west portal with Greek inscription.
176 Babiska Church of St. Sergius (West Church), interior of east end and sanctuary, from west.
177 Babiska East Church, west end with arch leading into cloister.
178 Babiska East Church, interior looking toward apse, from west.
179 Babiska East Church, arched entrance to cloister with doorway inside and Greek insrciption.
180 Babiska East Church, baptistery, monumental doorway.
180.1 Babiska East Church, baptistery, monumental doorway, cast reproduction.
180.2 Babiska East Church, fluted capital.
181 Babiska Bazaar in south of town with two-story portico and stone roof.
182 Babiska Bazaar in north of town with two-story portico and stone roof, from south.
183 Babiska Portico of stoa at center of town with Syriac inscription dated 536 AD, from south.
184 Babiska North side of street of bazaars, seen from the upper story of the southern half.
185 Babiska West end of large bath.
185.1 Babiska General view of baths from southwest.
185.2 Babiska Baths from south.
186 Babiska Small window with colonette, west part of town.
186.1 Babiska East Church, Greek inscription on fallen door lintel dated 390 AD, no. 1095.
186.2 Babiska Detail of inscribed lintel from the doorway of a house, no. 66 and 1094.
186.3 Babiska Balustrade panel in two-story stoa, detail of right side, Syriac inscription.
186.4 Babiska Balustrade panel in two-story stoa, detail of left side, Syriac inscription.
187 Baudeh Stoa of a bazaar.
188 Baudeh House with colonnette in small window, west part of town.
189 Baudeh Church, south portal with Greek inscription, 392 AD.
190 Baudeh Interior of a small house showing stable in ground floor.
190.1 Baudeh General view of some of the ruins, from west.
191 Ksedjbeh East Church, south wall from south.
192 Ksedjbeh East Church, east portal in south wall with Greek inscription.
193 Ksedjbeh West Church, south wall from south.
194 Kasr il-Benat Convent complex from southeast.
194.1 Kasr il-Benat Syriac graffito on stone in south wall of church.
194.2 Kasr il-Benat Tower.
194.3 Kasr il-Benat Capital from the church.
195 Kasr il-Benat Church, interior of apse from southwest.
196 Kasr il-Benat Church, fallen lintel of northeast doorway.
197 Kasr il-Benat North building (inn or dormitory) from southeast.
197.1 Kasr il-Benat North building (inn or dormitory) from south.
198 Bab il-Hawa Church, columns and arch of nave from south.
199 Bab il-Hawa Church, monolithic piers in apse, east end.
200 Bab il-Hawa Great arch over Roman road from east.
200.1 Bab il-Hawa Great arch over Roman road with company on horseback, from east.
200.2 Bab il-Hawa Great arch over Roman road from west.
201 Sermeda Bicolumnar monument (132 AD), from north.
202 Sermeda Bicolumnar monument (132 AD), from south.
203 Kefr Kermin Roman road north of Kefr Kermin, view from southeast.
203.1 Kefr Kermin Expedition on the Roman road north of Kefr Kermin, view from northwest.
204 Dana (Southern) Tomb monument with four Ionic columns.
205 Srir Church, west façade from west.
206 Srir Church, south side from south.
207 Srir Church, interior of east end from west.
208 Serdjibleh Church, west façade from west.
209 Serdjibleh Church, interior of east end from west.
210 Serdjibleh House no. I, portico with rectangular piers & inscription dated 471 AD, from south.
211 Serdjibleh House no. II, two-story portico dated 470-71 AD, from south.
212 Serdjibleh Five-story tower-house in center of town, from southwest.
213 Serdjibleh Five-story tower-house in center of town, from west.
214 Serdjibleh Public building in south part of town.
215 Kefr Hauwar Church and tower from west.
216 Der Termanin Church, remains of south wall, from southwest.
217 Der Termanin Church, interior remains from west.
218 Der Termanin Pandocheion (inn of the convent) from southeast.
219 Katura Tomb of Aemilius Reginus with bicolumnar monument, dated 195 AD.
220 Der Siman Three-story house from west.
220.1 Der Siman Three-story house, interior from west.
220.2 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, general view from southwest.
221 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, façade of south wing showing main entrance.
221.1 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, façade of south wing showing main entrance.
222 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, courtyard and angle between south and east wings, from south.
223 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, west side of north wing, from north.
223.1 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, façade of north wing, from northeast.
223.2 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, general view from tower at the north.
224 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, exterior of east basilica apses.
224.1 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, exterior of east basilica apses.
225 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, interior of east basilica apses.
226 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, north side of octagon and base of St. Simeon's Pillar.
227 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, west and northwest sides of octagon.
228 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, east side of octagon.
228.1 Kalat Siman St. Simeon Stylites, north arch of octagon looking south from the north basilica.
229 Kalat Siman Chapel north of St. Simeon Stylites.
230 Kalat Siman Triumphal arch.
231 Mshabbak Church, west façade.
232 Mshabbak Church, south side from southeast.
233 Mshabbak Church, east end.
234 Mshabbak Church, interior of apse and south side, looking east.
235 Mshabbak Church, interior showing arches of north arcade.
236 Khan Sebil Basalt door in use.
237 Khan Sebil Basalt door in use.
238 Maarit Matir Rock-cut tomb with vaulted roof.
239 Hass Temple tomb from northwest.
239.1 Hass Pyramidal tomb.
240 Hass Temple tomb from southeast.
241 Hass Rock-cut tomb in quarries northwest of town. Greek inscr. no. 154 dated 378 AD.
241.1 Hass Rock-cut tomb in ancient quarries northwest of town.
241.2 Hass Rock-cut tomb in ancient quarries northwest of town.
242 Hass Rock-cut tomb. See also 242.2
242.1 Hass Rock-cut tomb.
242.2 Hass Rock-cut tomb. See also 242
242.3 Hass Tomb, detail of stone carving.
243 Hass Tomb north of town, from southwest.
243.1 Hass Tomb north of town, from southwest.
244 Hass Vault of a tomb northwest of town. The walls have been destroyed.
244.1 Hass Vaulted tomb.
245 Hass Tomb of Diogenes (so called), from southwest.
245.1 Hass Tomb of Diogenes (so called), from southwest.
246 Hass Tomb of Diogenes (so called), from west.
247 Hass Basilica, south side and tower.
248 Hass Basilica, interior of south side and southeast tower, from northwest.
249 Hass Basilica, southeast tower from east.
250 Kefr Ambil House, south wall with doorway and windows, west of town.
251 Kefr Ambil House, north (rear) wall with stone lattice in window.
252 Kefr Ambil Large building, north wall.
253 Khirbit Hass Chapel with tombs south of town, east wall.
254 Khirbit Hass Chapel with tombs south of town.
254.1 Khirbit Hass General view of buildings.
255 Khirbit Hass Church, interior of east end from west.
256 Khirbit Hass Church, fallen capitals in the ruins.
257 Khirbit Hass Ecclesiastical buildings adjoining south side of church.
257.1 Khirbit Hass Ecclesiastical buildings adjoining south side of church.
258 Khirbit Hass Tomb east of church, north end.
259 Khirbit Hass House no. I, façade of residences at E end of courtyard, from west. Butler at right.
259.1 Khirbit Hass House no. I, façade of residences at E end of courtyard, from west. Butler at right.
260 Khirbit Hass House no. II, south façade.
260.1 Khirbit Hass House no. II, south façade from southwest.
260.2 Khirbit Hass House.
260.3 Khirbit Hass House.
261 Khirbit Hass House no. III, front wall and fallen columns of porticos.
262 Khirbit Hass House no. III, end wall.
262.1 Khirbit Hass House no. III, end wall.
263 Khirbit Hass House no. IV, south façade showing doorways to four residences.
263.1 Khirbit Hass House.
264 Khirbit Hass House no. V, east façade and portico.
264.1 Khirbit Hass House no. V, east façade and portico, from southeast.
265 Khirbit Hass House no. VI, from south.
265.1 Khirbit Hass House no. VI, from south.
266 Khirbit Hass Wall of courtyard in east side of town, from east. Robert Garrett at center.
266.1 Khirbit Hass Wall of courtyard in east side of town, from northeast.
266.2 Khirbit Hass House with arched doorway.
267 Khirbit Hass Arched vestibule with interior decorated lintel.
268 Rbea Church, interior of apse.
269 Rbea Church, south wall with baptistery at right, from southwest.
270 Rbea Tomb east of town, from southwest.
271 il-Barah Great Villa, southwest of town, from southeast.
271.1 il-Barah Great Villa, southwest of town, from southeast showing other buildings nearby.
271.2 il-Barah General view of ruins in crowded section of town.
272 il-Barah Great villa, interior of main room from south.
273 il-Barah Pyramidal tomb II, southwest of town, from southeast.
273.1 il-Barah Pyramidal tomb II, southwest of town, from northeast.
274 il-Barah Pyramidal tomb I, northwest of town, from southeast.
274.1 il-Barah Pyramidal tomb I, northwest of town, from west.
275 il-Barah Great Tomb (pyramid missing), from southeast.
276 il-Barah Great Tomb (pyramid missing), east face.
276.1 il-Barah Great Tomb (pyramid missing), from northeast.
277 il-Barah Great Tomb (pyramid missing), from southeast.
278 il-Barah Great Tomb (pyramid missing), detail of east portal.
278.1 il-Barah Great Tomb (pyramid missing), east face with staff member making squeeze of lintel.
278.2 il-Barah Great Tomb (pyramid missing), detail of staff member making squeeze of lintel.
279 il-Barah Fallen lintels in Saracenic building.
279.1 il-Barah Ovolo door-cap with acanthus and grape-vine carvings.
280 il-Barah House, rear wall with windows and door, from northwest.
281 il-Barah House at south of town with fallen front wall, showing interior arches.
281.1 il-Barah Press.
282 il-Barah Church (principal), interior of apse end from west.
283 il-Barah Church (principal), west façade.
284 il-Barah Church (secondary), exterior of apse and north end from northwest.
284.1 il-Barah General view of ruins with great villa at left center.
284.2 il-Barah Great villa, general view.
284.3 il-Barah General view of ruins with great tomb al left center.
284.4 il-Barah General view of ruins.
284.5 il-Barah General view of ruins.
284.6 il-Barah Mohammedan castle.
284.7 il-Barah Part of a Jewish structure.
284.8 il-Barah Shade stone over gateway.
285 Btirsa General view of town from south side of wadi.
285.1 Btirsa General view of houses on south side of town.
286 Btirsa Church, interior of east end from west.
287 Midjleyya Bath, south side from south.
288 Midjleyya North church, interior of apse from west.
289 Midjleyya Hexagonal chapel from south.
290 Midjleyya House near hexagonal chapel, rear (north) wall with window, arch, and lintel.
291 Midjleyya Large arch, west part of town, from east.
291.1 Midjleyya Large arch, west part of town, from east.
292 Midjleyya House in center of town, fallen wall revealing interior arches.
293 Midjleyya House in south center of town, rear wall from northwest.
294 Midjleyya Arched vestibule with inscribed lintel inside, southwest of town.
295 No image.
296 Midjleyya Sarcophagus near north church, showing Greek inscription.
297 Buda House built in megalithic style, front wall from west.
298 Rbea Pyramidal tomb from west. Robert Garrett at front corner, Mustafha at back.
298.1 Rbea Pyramidal tomb from east.
299 Buda House, rear and west walls from west.
300 Buda Arched vestibule with lintel inside, east part of town.
301 Buda Sarcophagus west of town, from southeast.
301.1 Kefr Ruma Base of columnar monument.
301.2 Kefr Ruma Bridge.
301.3 Buda Sarcophagus west of town.
301.4 Buda Sarcophagus west of town.
301.5 Buda Sarcophagus west of town.
302 Serdjilla Public bath and "café" (l.-r.), from southwest.
303 Serdjilla "Café" and public bath (l.-r.), from east.
303.1 Serdjilla Public bath, from east.
303.2 Serdjilla Public bath and "café" (l.-r.), from southwest.
304 Serdjilla Public bath from south.
304.1 Serdjilla Public bath from southwest.
305 Serdjilla "Café" from southwest, with bath in background left.
305.1 Serdjilla "Café" from southwest, with bath in background left.
305.2 Serdjilla "Café" from southwest, with bath in background left.
306 Serdjilla Villa, south wall and porticos of older part of structure.
306.1 Serdjilla Villa, south wall and porticos of older part of structure.
306.2 Serdjilla House no. VIII, front wall from south.
307 Serdjilla House no. VIII, front wall from south.
307.1 Serdjilla House no. IX, northwest angle of court, interior.
307.2 Serdjilla House no. X, northwest angle of court, interior.
307.3 Serdjilla House no. II, front on courtyard.
307.4 Serdjilla House no. II, front on courtyard.
308 Serdjilla Church, interior looking toward apse, from southwest.
308.1 Serdjilla Church buildings, northeast angle of cloister court.
308.2 Serdjilla House no. VII, exterior of rear wall with arched vestibule.
309 Serdjilla House no. VIII, detail of girder arch springing.
309.1 Serdjilla House no. V, exterior of east wall.
310 Serdjilla House no. VII, front wall showing stairs, from southeast.
311 Serdjilla Gabled tomb southwest of town, from east.
311.1 Serdjilla Gabled tomb southwest of town, from southeast.
311.2 Serdjilla Sarcophagus in the necropolis.
312 Serdjilla Gabled tomb southwest of town, from northeast.
312.1 Dalloza House no. II, front on court, from southwest.
312.2 Dalloza House no. II, front on court, from south.
312.3 Dalloza House no. II, east wall from east.
312.4 Dalloza House no. III, detail of windows in south wall, from south.
312.5 Dalloza House no. I, south side from south.
312.6 Dalloza Arabic mihrab built in front of the door of a house, from south.
312.7 Dalloza House no. III, from southwest.
312.8 Dalloza House.
312.9 Dalloza House no. II, from south.
313 Der Sambil Church, west front from west.
314 Der Sambil Church, interior ruins with capitals.
315 Der Sambil House on hill east of town, front wall from northwest.
315.1 Der Sambil House on hill east of town, front wall from northwest.
315.2 Der Sambil House on hill east of town, general view from south.
315.3 Der Sambil General view of northern part of town.
316 Der Sambil House on hill east of town, rear wall from west.
317 Der Sambil End walls of two small houses in center of town, from east.
318 Der Sambil House of the "Agnus Dei", front wall from south.
318.1 Der Sambil House of the "Agnus Dei", front wall from south.
318.2 Der Sambil House of the "Agnus Dei", front wall from south.
318.3 Der Sambil House of the "Agnus Dei", detail of front wall from southeast.
318.4 Der Sambil House of the "Agnus Dei", general view from southeast.
319 Der Sambil House in north part of town with inscription on left window lintel.
320 Der Sambil House, front with colonnade and pier of second story, from south.
320.1 Der Sambil House, front with colonnade and pier of second story, from south.
321 Der Sambil House in east part of town, detail of front wall with inscription on lower lintel.
322 Der Sambil House, south façade with second-story transverse arch visible through window.
322.1 Kokaba House, from south.
322.2 Kokaba Tomb entrance under a house.
322.3 Kokaba House, from south.
323 Frikya Tomb I, showing vaulted masonry roof, rock-cut arcosolium, and inscription.
324 Dana (Southern) Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, from southwest.
324.1 Dana (Southern) Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, from southeast.
325 Dana (Southern) Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, from southwest.
326 Dana (Southern) House, front wall with modern stairway, from southwest.
326.1 Dana (Southern) Pyramidal tomb, ruins.
326.2 Dana (Southern) Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from south.
326.3 Dana (Southern) Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from southwest.
326.4 Dana (Southern) Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from southeast.
326.5 Dana (Southern) Kasr il-Benat (Inn), from southeast.
326.6 Dana (Southern) Pyramidal tomb with tetrastyle portico, distant view from southwest.
327 Djeradeh General view of a portion of the town from southwest.
328 Djeradeh Tower in center of town, from east.
328.1 Djeradeh Basalt door in ground story of tower.
329 Djeradeh Tower and south side of houses adjoining the church, from south.
329.1 Djeradeh West end of clerical residences and tower adjoining the church.
330 Djeradeh Church, interior of apse from west.
331 Djeradeh Houses in center of town, from south.
332 Djeradeh Entrance tower of private house.
333 Djeradeh Rear wall of three-story house in southeast part of town, from south.
334 Djeradeh House with exterior stairs in north part of town.
335 Ruweha South Church (basilica), west façade.
336 Ruweha South Church (basilica), south wall from south.
337 Ruweha South Church (basilica), general view from southwest showing columnar structure.
337.1 Ruweha South Church (basilica), general view from southeast.
338 Ruweha South Church (basilica), interior of south wall and apse end from northwest.
339 Ruweha Columnar structure near South Church (basilica), from west.
339.1 Ruweha Columnar structure near South Church (basilica), from west.
340 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), west façade.
340.1 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), general view from southwest.
341 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), south side.
341.1 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), south side.
341.2 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), north side.
342 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), exterior of east end.
343 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), interior of apse from west.
344 Ruweha Church of Bizzos (North Church), interior, west portal and first arch of north aisle.
345 Ruweha Temple tomb near Church of Bizzos (North Church), from west.
345.1 Ruweha Temple tomb near Church of Bizzos (North Church), from west.
346 Ruweha Tomb of Bizzos from southeast.
346.1 Ruweha Tomb of Bizzos from southeast.
347 Ruweha Temple tomb (348 AD) in east part of town, north façade.
347.1 Ruweha Temple tomb (348 AD) in east part of town, north façade with inhabitants.
348 Ruweha Temple tomb (348 AD) in east part of town, rear from southwest.
349 Ruweha Rock-cut tomb with built gable façade, south part of town, from west.
350 Ruweha Colonnades of marketplace at center of town, northwest angle from southeast.
351 Ruweha Ancient house in center of town, east wall from southeast.
352 Ruweha Colonnade of house in west part of town, from south.
353 Ruweha Small house in center of town, façade with colonnade and stone beams, from east.
354 Ruweha Villa IV, south wall from south.
354.1 Ruweha Villa IV, general view from southwest.
355 Ruweha Small detached house on west side of town, end (south) wall, from south.
356 Ruweha Villa I (396 AD), west wall with arched entrance and tower, from west.
356.1 Ruweha Villa I (396 AD) to right, with another villa. Distant view from southwest.
357 Ruweha Villa I (396 AD), south wall and lower portico.
357.1 Ruweha Villa I (396 AD), south wall and lower portico, from southwest.
357.2 Ruweha Villa I (396 AD), south wall and lower portico, from southeast.
358 Ruweha Villa III, front wall from south.
359 Ruweha Villa III, general view from southeast.
360 Ruweha Arched vestibule of a destroyed villa near center of town, from south.
360.1 Ruweha Unknown structure.
361 Ruweha Arched entrance to villa on south side of town, from south.
361.1 Ruweha Inscribed door lintel.
361.2 Ktellata Well-house, oblique view.
361.3 Ktellata Well-house, distant view.
361.4 Ktellata Well-house, end view.
361.5 Ktellata Well-house, oblique view.
361.6 Ktellata Rock-cut tomb discovered by Prentice.
362 il-Mghara Rock-cut tomb with built façade.
362.1 il-Mghara Sarcophagus lid.
363 il-Mghara Rock-cut tomb with built façade, close view.
364 il-Mghara Rock-cut tombs in nearby il-Mzauwakah.
365 il-Mghara Arched tomb.
366 Kefr Inneh Front wall of house at northwest part of town, from south.
367 Kefr Inneh Rock-cut press.
368 Homs Roman tomb in opus reticulatum, from east.
369 Homs Roman tomb in opus reticulatum, fom southeast.
369.1 Homs Carved sarcophagus which is believed to be a magic stone.
370 Selemiyeh Arabic castle, entrance tower with ancient fragments, from south.
371 Selemiyeh Modern house with ancient fragments.
372 Khanasir Entrance of tomb outside south wall of city.
373 Khanasir Lintel of north gate of city (604-5 AD).
374 Khanasir One half of two-piece lintel showing dovetail joint.
375 Khanasir One half of two-piece lintel.
376 Zebed East Church, exterior of east end, from east.
377 Zebed East Church, interior of east end from west.
378 Zebed East Church, south wall from southeast.
379 Zebed East Church, lintel of west portal.
380 Zebed Basilica, parapet of choir, east face.
381 Zebed Basilica, parapet of choir, side panel.
382 Zebed Tomb with elevated sarcophagus (destroyed), 337 AD. Expedition tents in back.
382.1 Kasr Zebed Pier cap.
383 Baalbek Largest cut stone in the world (Stone of the Pregnant Woman).
384 Baalbek Largest cut stone in the world (Stone of the Pregnant Woman).
385 Baalbek Temples from hill at south.
385.1 Baalbek General view of town and temples from south.
385.2 Baalbek General view of town. Columns of the Temple of Jupiter at center.
386 Baalbek Propylaea, façade from east.
387 Baalbek South walls of Hexagonal Court with south tower of Propylaea (right), from south.
388 Baalbek South walls of Hexagonal Court and southeast angle of Great Court.
389 Baalbek Great Court, exterior of northwest angle.
390 Baalbek Trilithon (wall of megaliths) under the Temple of Jupiter.
391 Baalbek Trilithon (wall of megaliths) under the Temple of Jupiter , with man for scale.
392 Baalbek Trilithon (wall of megaliths) under the Temple of Jupiter.
393 Baalbek Great Court, interior of north wall.
393.1 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), interior of north wall, from southeast.
393.2 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), north side of fountain.
393.3 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), detail of fountain.
393.4 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), view interior of north wall, from south.
393.5 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), interior of south wall, from north.
393.6 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), interior of east wall, from west.
394 Baalbek Great Court, western exedra in north wall.
394.1 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), detail of western exedra in north wall.
394.2 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), detail of eastern exedra in north wall.
395 Baalbek Great Court, rectangular exedra in north wall.
395.1 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), interior of northwest angle.
395.2 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), detail of cornice fragment.
395.3 Baalbek Great Court (excavated), detail of fallen cornice.
396 Baalbek Arabic chamber under Temenos.
397 Baalbek Temple of Jupiter (Helios), extant columns from southwest.
397.1 Baalbek Temple of Jupiter (Helios), extant columns from south.
397.2 Baalbek Temple of Jupiter (Helios), detail of fallen cornice.
398 Baalbek Temple of Jupiter (Helios), south side from south.
398.1 Baalbek Temple of Jupiter (Helios) (excavated), steps at west end.
399 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, from northwest.
399.1 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), from northwest.
400 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, great east portal.
400.1 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), great east portal, from east.
400.2 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), great east portal, from east.
400.3 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), great east portal, detail of lower left frame.
401 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, north side from north.
401.1 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), north side from northeast.
402 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, south side from southeast.
402.1 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, south side from southeast.
402.2 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), view along south colonnade, from east.
403 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, south side from southwest.
404 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, interior from eastern portal.
404.1 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), interior of west end.
405 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus, interior of north wall, from south.
405.1 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), interior of west end.
405.2 Baalbek Temple of Bacchus (excavated), interior of north wall from southwest.
406 Baalbek Temple of Venus, exterior from southeast. Bad image, see #407 for identical photo.
406.1 Baalbek Temple of Venus, interior from west.
406.2 Baalbek Temple of Venus, interior through main portal, from northwest.
406.3 Baalbek Temple of Venus, interior through main portal, from northwest.
406.4 Baalbek Temple of Venus, exterior from north.
406.5 Baalbek Temple of Venus, exterior from north.
407 Baalbek Temple of Venus, exterior southeast.
408 Baalbek Temple of Venus, interior from north.
409 Baalbek Temple of Venus, details of order.
409.1 Baalbek Great Court, detail of cornice from rectangular exedra.
409.2 Baalbek Great Court, detail of cornice from rectangular exedra.
409.3 Baalbek Temple of Jupiter (Helios), detail of cornice fragment.
409.4 Baalbek Temple of Jupiter (Helios), detail of cornice fragments.
409.5 Baalbek Great Court, cornice fragments.
409.6 Baalbek Great Court, north portico, western bay
410 Kamu il-Hurmul Tower with pyramidal roof.
411 Djisr il-Madjdal Roman bridge, from south.
412 Djisr il-Madjdal Roman bridge, close view of three arches on east end, from south.
413 Apamea North gate of the city, general view of interior from south.
414 Apamea North gate of the city, close view of interior from south.
415 Apamea North gate of the city, exterior from north.
416 Apamea Basilica, exterior from southwest.
417 Apamea Basilica, west wall of courtyard, interior from east.
418 Apamea Arched substructure, ruins from southeast. Castle in background, left.
419 Apamea Arched structure ruins, from northeast.
420 Apamea Great colonnade, twisted columns and ruins from south.
421 Antioch Aqueduct bridge, from northwest.
422 Antioch Aqueduct bridge, from southeast.
423 Antioch Arch of aqueduct.
424 Isriyeh Roman temple, east façade from northeast.
425 Isriyeh Roman temple, from southwest.
426 Isriyeh Roman temple, from north.
427 Isriyeh Roman temple, from south.
428 Palmyra Grand Colonnade, looking east toward Great Arch (tripylon).
429 Palmyra Grand Colonnade, with two rows of columns. Workers are making a squeeze.
430 Palmyra Grand Colonnade, from south.
431 Palmyra Grand Colonnade, from northwest.
432 Palmyra Grand Colonnade, showing two-story columns. Expedition's tents in background.
433 Palmyra Grand Colonnade and Great Arch (tripylon), from northwest.
434 Palmyra Great Arch (tripylon), from southeast.
435 Palmyra Great Arch (tripylon), from southwest.
436 Palmyra Temple of Bel (Sun), general view, from northwest. Identical to #550.
437 Palmyra Temple of Bel (Sun), northwest angle of peribolos from atop the mosque.
438 Palmyra Temple of Bel (Sun), fluted columns and cella wall on east side, from east.
439 Palmyra Temple of Bel (Sun), interior exedra in north wall of the cella.
439.1 Palmyra Temple of Bel (Sun), Greek & Palmyrene inscr. from column of eastern portico.
440 Palmyra Hexastyle portico near west end of Grand Colonnade, from east.
441 Palmyra Camp of Diocletian, praetorium, interior looking into apse from east.
442 Palmyra Camp of Diocletian, praetorium, general view across stairs from east.
443 Palmyra Temple of Baalshamin, east façade.
444 Palmyra Temple of Baalshamin, rear and south walls from southwest.
445 Palmyra Peristyle in northern part of the city.
446 Palmyra Colonnade in southern part of the city.
447 Palmyra Funerary Temple, outside north wall of the city, from south.
448 Palmyra Valley of the Tombs, general view of tomb towers.
448.1 Palmyra Fragment with Palmyrene funerary inscription.
448.2 Palmyra Fragment of statue base with Palmyrene inscription.
448.3 Palmyra Votive altar with Palmyrene inscription.
448.4 Palmyra Fragment of altar base.
449 Kasr il-Her Lintel with Palmyrene carving in east part of ruins.
450 Dmer Temple, south façade showing busts in tympanum, from roof of adjacent house.
451 Dmer Temple, west wall from roof of adjacent houses at west.
452 Harran il-Awamid Columns from northwest.
453 Harran il-Awamid Columns from southwest.
454 il-Haiyat Kalybe, north façade, from north.
455 Shakka Kaisariyeh (palace), east façade from southeast.
456 Shakka Kaisariyeh (palace), portals of east façade from southeast.
457 Shakka Kaisariyeh (palace), oculus from east wall of long hall, re-used in modern wall.
458 Shakka Kaisariyeh (palace), large window in east wall of long hall.
459 Shakka Kaisariyeh (palace), buttresses and window in south wall.
460 Shakka Kaisariyeh (palace), niche now used as a doorway, south wall of long hall.
461 Shakka Kalybe, north façade of west wing, from north.
462 Shakka Detail of molding re-used in modern wall.
463 Shakka Basilica, southern half of east façade, from east.
464 Shakka Basilica, east façade, from east.
465 Shakka Basilica, arches of north aisle, from east.
466 Shakka Tomb tower in north part of town.
467 Shakka Convent (Der) and tower, from west.
468 il-Malikiyeh House with tower, from southwest.
469 il-Malikiyeh House built of dry-laid stone with outside staircase. H.C. Butler seated in doorway.
470 il-Mushennef Temple, west (rear) wall, view across pool from northwest.
471 il-Mushennef Temple, west (rear) wall, view across pool from west.
472 il-Mushennef Temple, east façade with modern wall of ancient fragments, from northeast.
473 il-Mushennef Temple, ruins of the temenos, from southwest. Sheikh Hassam Suleiman at center.
474 il-Mushennef Temple, details of entablature, southwest corner.
475 il-Mushennef Temple, detail of fragments built into modern east wall between antae and columns.
476 Tafha Church, west side from west.
477 Tafha Church, exterior of east end, from southeast.
478 Tafha Church, interior view into apse, from west.
479 Tafha Church, interior of a north bay with roofing slab insitu, from south.
480 Tafha Church, interior of west end, from east.
481 Tafha Church, interior showing bays of north aisle, from southeast.
482 Tafha Church tower, window with stone shutter.
483 Tafha House in west center of town, rear wall from south.
484 Shehba East gate of city, exterior from east.
485 Shehba South gate of city, exterior from south.
486 Shehba Phillippeion, from north. William Kelly Prentice wearing pith helmet.
487 Shehba Seraya, from east.
488 Shehba Hexastyle temple, from south.
489 Shehba Hexastyle temple, from north.
490 Shehba Capitals from hexastyle temple re-used in modern building.
491 Shehba Aqueduct and public baths, from south.
492 Shehba Public baths, from northeast. Piers of aqueduct at left.
493 Shehba Public baths, interior of compartment G, from east.
494 Shehba Public baths, interior of great hall (A), from south.
495 Shehba Public baths, interior of cauldarium (D), from east.
496 Shehba Aqueduct, south of public baths, from north.
497 Shehba Aqueduct, southeast part of town.
498 Shehba Theater, interior from southeast.
499 Shehba Theater, exterior from west.
499.1 Shehba Sculptured female torso.
499.2 Shehba Fragment of frieze built into modern wall.
500 Kanawat Seraya, columns of façade of the earliest part of the complex, from northwest.
501 Kanawat Seraya, columns and anta of the earliest part of the complex, from south.
502 Kanawat Seraya, basilica, windows in west wall of atrium.
503 Kanawat Seraya, basilica, colonnade of atrium from southeast.
503.1 Kanawat Seraya, basilica, colonnade of atrium.
504 Kanawat Seraya, church, west wall from west.
505 Kanawat Seraya, basilica, portal.
506 Kanawat Temple of Zeus, general view from northeast.
507 Kanawat Temple of Zeus, west wall from west.
508 Kanawat Temple of Zeus, columns of the outer and inner rows.
509 Kanawat Peripteral Temple, from east.
510 Kanawat Peripteral Temple, from southwest.
510.1 Kanawat Peripteral Temple, from southwest.
510.2 Kanawat Peripteral Temple, columns of west side from east.
511 Kanawat Peripteral Temple, from south.
512 Kanawat Peripteral Temple, pedestal and base of column.
513 Kanawat Peripteral Temple, octagonal pedestal and base of column.
513.1 Kanawat Odeion, interior from west.
513.2 Kanawat Section of triglyphal frieze found near west temple.
514 Suweda Tomb of Hamrath, east wall from east.
515 Suweda Peripteral Temple, general view from east showing modern additions.
516 Suweda Peripteral Temple, south (rear) wall from southeast.
516.1 Suweda Peripteral Temple, base of pilaster in south (rear) wall.
517 Suweda Peripteral Temple, columns at southwest angle.
517.1 Suweda Peripteral Temple, columns at southwest angle.
518 Suweda Peripteral Temple, columns and entablature of north façade from northwest.
518.1 Suweda Peripteral Temple, Classic and Oriental carving on lintel.
519 Suweda Peripteral Temple, columns of north façade, from east.
520 Suweda Peripteral Temple, detail of niche west of portal on north façade.
520.1 Suweda Peripteral Temple, jamb of portal.
520.2 Suweda Peripteral Temple, jamb of portal, not insitu.
521 Atil North Temple, south façade from southeast.
522 Atil Southwest Temple, south wall from south.
523 Atil Detail of palm tree ornament built into modern wall.
524 Zorah Church of St. George, south side.
525 Zorah Church of St. George, interior from southwest.
526 Zorah Church of St. George, west portal.
527 Zorah Church of St. George, east end from east.
528 Zorah House in southern part of town.
528.1 Zorah Khan, entrance. Arabic inscription on lintel of inner doorway (837 AD).
529 Harim Castle, southwest bastion.
530 Harim Castle, general view from west.
531 Harim Castle, inner court from west.
532 Harim Castle, interior of south bastion.
533 Harim General view of village from castle, from southwest.
534 Djisr il-Hadid Bridge over the Orontes.
535 Nahr el-Kelb Roman bridge over the Nahr el-Kelb (Dog River), from east.
536 Apamea General view of castle from southeast.
537 Apamea Acropolis and modern town of Kalat il-Mudik, from southeast.
537.1 Apamea Acropolis, general view.
537.2 Apamea House adjoining north wall of castle, Arabic inscription (1205-06 AD).
538 Kalat Sedjar Castle above the Orontes, from northeast.
538.1 Kalat Sedjar Castle, Arabic inscription on wall to right of entrance.
539 Kalat Sedjar Castle, close view of bridge over ravine.
539.1 Kalat Sedjar Arabic inscription 34c, from railing of bridge over the Orontes.
540 Khan Sebil Khan, entrance tower in south wall, from south.
541 Shekh Ahmed Modern mud houses, or "kubbe."
542 Khan Shekhun General view of village, tell, and early Mohammedan reservoirs, from south.
543 Selemiyeh Same as #370.
544 Selemiyeh Medieval Castle, general view of courtyard with Expedition camp, from southeast.
545 Selemiyeh Medieval Castle, general view of courtyard with Expedition camp, from southeast.
546 Selemiyeh Medieval Castle, general view of courtyard with Expedition camp, from east.
547 Baalbek Great Mosque (Umayyad), interior from southwest corner.
548 Baalbek Great Mosque (Umayyad), north side, view from courtyard.
549 Baalbek Entrance to tower of Arab fortifications.
550 Palmyra Temple of Bel (Sun), general view, from northwest. Identical to #436.
551 Djerabis Hittite bas-relief in basalt.
552 Djerabis Hittite bas-relief in basalt, lower portions of male and female figures.
553 Djerabis Hittite bas-relief in limestone, two figures with lion.
554 Djerabis Hittite bas-relief in limestone, bust of winged figure.
554.1 Djerabis General view of the ruins, the ancient Karkemish, from southwest.
554.2 Djerabis General view of the modern village of Djerabis iz-Zeghireh with Bedouin tents.
554.3 Djerabis General view of ruins from southwest.
555 Derit Azzeh Classic relief with Greek inscription built into modern house wall.
556 Dehes Relief beside tomb entrance.
557 Dehes Sculptures on west wall of tomb.
558 Dehes Sculptures on north wall of tomb.
559 Shnan Sculptured sarcophagus.
560 Frikya Tomb II, reliefs on face of arch.
561 Frikya Tomb II, reliefs on left side of arcosolium.
562 Frikya Tomb II, reliefs on right side of arcosolium.
563 Frikya Tomb I, reliefs on west side.
564 Frikya Tomb I, reliefs on east side.
565 Ruweha Sculptured lintel of a house.
566 Der Sambil Sarcophagus cover with relief of a boxer in gable end.
567 Apamea Relief in middle of colonnaded street.
568 Apamea Stele of Roman centurion found in city wall near North Gate.
569 Khanasir Sculptured basalt lintel, showing Virgin and Child flanked by two angles.
570 Zebed Same as #379.
571 il-Mishrifeh Head carved in basalt, front view.
572 il-Mishrifeh Head carved in basalt, right side view.
572.1 il-Mishrifeh Head carved in basalt, right side view with scale.
573 il-Haiyat Sculpture fragments found near the Kalybe.
574 Shakka Sculptured lion found in Convent.
575 Kanawat Colossal head found near the Seraya.
576 Suweda Sculptured altar, front: bull and Nabataean inscription. Originally found at Ireh.
577 Suweda Sculptured altar, reverse: three bovine heads. Originally found at Ireh.
578 Khirbit Hass Church, mosaic pavement in front of the apse, north side.
579 Khirbit Hass Church, mosaic pavement in front of the apse, south side.
580 Serdjilla Mosaic pavement in bath, from northwest.
581 Serdjilla Mosaic pavement in bath, from west.
581.1 Serdjilla Damaged mosaic pavement in bath, revisited by the 1905 expedition, from west.
581.2 Serdjilla Damaged mosaic pavement in bath, revisited by the 1905 expedition, from east.
582 Barrish Kalb Lauzeh General view of ruins from northwest.
583 Barrish Kalb Lauzeh General view of ruins from west.
584 Kirk Beza General view of town from hill, from southwest.
585 Behyo General view from southwest.
586 Baudeh General view of town from Ksedjbeh.
587 Babiska General view of town from Ksedjbeh.
587.1 Dar Kita General view of north end of the town, from southwest.
587.2 Dar Kita General view from west.
588 Khirbit il-Khatib General view from northwest.
589 Maramaya General view from Nuriyeh (from southeast).
590 Banakfur General view of ruins from south.
591 Bamukka General view from hill southwest of Bashmishli, from southwest.
592 Bashakuh General view from hill southwest of Bashmishli, from east.
593 Silfaya General view from opposite hill at southeast.
594 Dauwar General view from southeast. Djebel il-Ala in distance, Kokanaya at extreme right.
595 Kefr Binneh General view of town from west.
596 Serdjibleh Distant view from southwest.
597 Kalat Siman General view from southwest.
597.1 Kalat Siman General view from northeast.
598 Serdjilla Distant view from southwest.
598.1 Serdjilla General view of the eastern slope, from west.
598.2 Serdjilla General view of the western part, from east.
599 Khirbit Hass Distant view of ruins from southwest.
600 Midjleyya General view from south.
600.1 Der Sambil General view of ruins.
601 Shehba General view from southeast.
602 Tafha General view of ruins, from northeast.
701 Arak il-Emir General view from northeast, with the Expedition camp amid the ruins.
701.1 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, distant view of ruins from east.
702 Arak il-Emir Retaining walls southeast of Kasr il-Abd.
703 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, ruins from east.
704 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, ruins from south, with Expedition camp.
705 Arak il-Emir Retaining wall east of Kasr il-Abd.
706 Arak il-Emir Retaining wall at angle southeast of Kasr il-Abd.
707 Arak il-Emir Gateway to east of Kasr il-Abd.
708 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, ruins from east.
709 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, southeast angle from northeast.
710 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, southeast angle from northeast.
711 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, northeast angle from east.
712 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, northeast angle from east.
713 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, anta capital and base from the north portico, lower order.
713.01 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, anta capital and base from the north portico, lower order.
713.02 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, anta capital and base from the north portico, lower order.
713.03 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, anta capital from the north portico, lower order.
713.04 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, anta capital from the north portico, lower order.
713.05 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, anta capital from the north portico, lower order.
713.06 Arak il-Emir Gate No. I, cornice.
713.07 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, capital of upper order, front view.
713.08 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, capital of upper order.
713.09 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, foliate base and pier of upper order, side view.
713.11 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, capital of upper order.
713.12 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, capital of interior columns of porch.
713.13 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, fragments of angle capital below main cornice.
713.14 Arak il-Emir Square Building, angle block of entablature.
713.15 Arak il-Emir Gate No. II, relief fragment from entablature.
713.16 Arak il-Emir General view from southwest. Ruins of Kasr il-Abd at center.
713.17 Arak il-Emir Entrance to rock-cut chamber il-gaiyeh, with Hebrew inscription A at right.
713.18 Arak il-Emir Hebrew inscription A, detail.
713.19 Arak il-Emir Hebrew inscription B, detail.
713.21 Arak il-Emir Kasr il-Abd, fallen column at south end, detail.
713.22 Khirbit il-Bardhon General view of ruins.
713.23 Khirbit il-Bardhon General view of ruins.
713.24 Khirbit il-Bardhon General view.
713.25 Khirbit il-Bardhon General view across Wadi is-Sir with Expedition camp.
713.26 Khirbit il-Bardhon Rock-cut tombs.
713.27 Khirbit il-Bardhon Capital from portico of grotto.
714 il-Muallakah General view across the Wadi is-Sir.
715 Khirbit Sar Ruins from southeast.
716 Amman General view of modern village from west.
717 No image.
718 Amman Nymphaeum, rear wall from south.
719 Amman Nymphaeum, rear wall from southeast.
720 Amman Nymphaeum, interior of eastern end, from northwest. See also #721.1
721 Amman Nymphaeum, interior of western end, from northwest. See also #721.1
721.1 Amman Nymphaeum, interior.
722 Amman Theater, east side from northwest.
723 Amman Theater, west side from northeast
724 Amman Theater, distant view from the acropolis.
725 Amman Theater, view from the acropolis.
726 Amman Odeum, west façade from southwest.
727 Amman Propylaea, ruins from south.
728 Amman Temple on the acropolis, from south.
729 Amman Temple on the acropolis, from west.
730 Amman North Buildings on the acropolis.
731 Amman Mohammedan gateway on south side of the acropolis.
731.1 Amman Acropolis, general view of northwest angle, from west.
732 Amman Acropolis, general view of northwest angle, from west.
732.1 Amman Relief of Zeus Ammon in semi-circular lunette, built into wall of modern house.
732.2 Amman Fragment of Ionic capital built into wall.
732.3 Amman Altar.
732.4 Amman Two columns of colonnaded street.
732.5 Amman Two columns of colonnaded street.
732.6 Amman Sarcophagus fragment with Greek inscription re-used as a jamb-stone in stable door.
733 Djerash North Theater, columns outside of stage building.
734 Djerash Camp pitched between North Theater (right) and West Baths (back, left), from west.
735 Djerash North Theater, interior from north.
736 Djerash North Theater, interior from west.
737 Djerash Colonnade Street, north end.
738 Djerash Colonnade Street, near middle.
739 Djerash Colonnade Street, near middle.
740 Djerash Oval Piazza (Circular Agora), from southwest.
741 Djerash Propylaea of the Temple of Artemis, from east.
742 Djerash Propylaea of the Temple of Artemis, from east.
743 Djerash Nymphaeum, from east.
744 Djerash Temple of Artemis (Great Temple), general view from northeast.
745 Djerash Temple of Artemis (Great Temple), façade of east porch from east.
746 Djerash Temple of Artemis (Great Temple), east porch from south.
747 Djerash Temple of Artemis (Great Temple), south side from south.
748 Djerash Temple of Artemis (Great Temple), detail of capitals of east porch, insitu.
749 Djerash Temple of Artemis (Great Temple), detail of capitals of east porch, insitu.
750 Djerash Temple of Zeus (South Temple), view through rear wall from southwest.
751 Djerash Temple of Zeus (South Temple), east wall from southeast.
752 Djerash South Theater, ruins of skene from south.
753 Djerash South Theater, west side from east.
754 Djerash Hadrianic Arch, exterior from southeast.
755 Djerash South Bridge, general view from southwest.
756 Djerash West Baths, pendentive in caldarium.
757 Djerash East Baths, arch.
757.01 Djerash Propylaea of the Temple of Artemis, detail of north side, interior, from west.
757.02 Djerash Hadrianic Arch, foliate base of engaged column.
757.03 Djerash Hadrianic Arch, foliate base of engaged column.
757.04 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.05 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment with Greek inscription.
757.06 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.07 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.08 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.09 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.11 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.12 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.13 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
757.14 Djerash Temple of Zeus, architectural fragment.
758 Bosra Round tower-tomb outside of West Gate, from southwest.
759 Bosra West Gate, west face (exterior) from west.
760 Bosra West Gate, east face (interior) from east.
761 Bosra General view of ruins from west.
762 Bosra General view of ruins from west.
763 Bosra Central Arch, north face from north.
764 Bosra Central Arch, south face from southeast.
765 Bosra Kalybe, column and anta, from southeast.
766 Bosra Nymphaeum, columns from southeast.
767 Bosra Castle (Theater), one of the redouts and part of the Theater wall.
768 Bosra Castle (Theater), walls from southeast.
769 Bosra Theater, interior, west side of stage building from southeast.
770 Bosra Theater, interior, east side of stage building with seats and colonnade.
771 Bosra Temple, Corinthian column amidst the ruins.
772 Bosra South Baths, interior of great hall (octagonal), from west.
773 Bosra Nabataean half column.
774 Bosra East Arch, from southwest.
775 Bosra Palace, east wall from northeast.
776 Bosra Palace, view from the roof of id-Dabbaghah at the southeast.
777 Bosra Doorway at end of a row of shop-fronts.
778 Bosra Columns of Colonnaded Street and ancient houses, from southwest.
779 Bosra Birket il-Hadjdj (Southeast Reservoir), from east.
780 Bosra Basilica, west wall from west.
781 Bosra Basilica, interior of east end from west.
782 Bosra Basilica, south wall from south.
783 Bosra Cathedral, exterior wall of apse and north side-chamber., from east.
784 Bosra Ecclesiastical Residences, west wall from southwest.
785 Bosra Ecclesiastical Residences, int. of Bishop's Palace with arches of triconchos, from W.
786 Bosra Ecclesiastical Residences, façade on street between the houses.
787 Bosra Ecclesiastical Residences, house facades and end of street between them.
788 Bosra id-Dabbaghah, from southeast.
789 Si Small tomb mosque near id-Dabbaghah (1256 AD), from west.
790 Bosra View of houses, columns of street, and minaret of Djami il-Khidr, from southwest.
791 Bosra Djami il-Omari, west façade from west.
792 Bosra Djami il-Omari, interior from north.
793 Bosra Djami il-Omari, interior from northwest.
794 Bosra Djami il-Mebrak, interior of chamber B, taken from chamber A.
794.01 Bosra Djami il-Mebrak, view from south with Arab cemetery.
794.02 Bosra Modern wall built around standing Ionic column of street.
794.03 Bosra Temple, upper niche and wall.
794.04 Bosra Temple, detail of conch in niche and wall construction.
794.05 Bosra Doric capital near castle.
794.06 Bosra Palace, ornament on wall and pier capital.
794.07 Bosra Nabataean pier capital.
794.08 Bosra Doric frieze re-used as a door lintel.
794.09 Bosra Djami il-Omari, lintel in east wall.
794.11 Bosra Lintel near Nabataean arch.
794.12 Bosra Cathedral, detail of interlocking stone course.
794.13 Bosra General view of town.
794.14 Bosra Djami il-Mebrak, distant view.
794.15 Bosra West Gate, east face from northeast.
794.16 Bosra West Gate, niche and pediment on east face.
794.17 Bosra Temple, Nabateaen inscription on stone in modern wall.
794.18 Bosra Stele with Nabateaen inscr., found in the SW cemetery, makabarat ish-shuhada.
794.19 Bosra Stele with Nabateaen inscription, found west of the Mazar ish-Shekh Musa.
794.21 Muarribeh Column with palm-tree-trunk pattern built into modern wall.
794.22 Ghasm Doorway with pierced stonework above.
794.23 Ghasm Pilaster capital.
795 Wadi Zedi Roman bridge over the Wadi Zedi (164 AD), three miles from it-Taiyibeh.
796 Wadi Zedi Bridge on the road from Bosra to Kharaba, west elevation from west.
797 Wadi Zedi Bridge on the road from Bosra to Kharaba, east elevation from east.
798 Muarribeh House in northeast part of town.
799 Muarribeh House in west part of town, east front.
800 Muarribeh House in northwest angle of town, south front.
801 Muarribeh Sarcophagus in basalt.
802 Djmerrin Bridge over the Wadi Zedi, from east.
803 Djmerrin Tomb, south façade from southeast.
804 Djmerrin Villa, south wall from southeast.
805 Djmerrin Villa, upper windows in middle portion of south wall.
806 Sahwit il-Khidr Column (altar?) with Nabataean inscription.
807 Maiyamas West Temple (left portal) and Church (right portal), south wall from south.
807.1 Maiyamas Church, main portal in south wall, from south.
807.2 il-Kefr Circular window from the upper story of an ancient dewlling, not insitu.
807.3 il-Kefr Architectural fragments re-used in modern constructions.
807.4 il-Kefr Sculptured head in basalt, right front view.
807.5 il-Kefr Sculptured head in basalt, back view.
807.6 Hebran Temple, northeast anta of façade.
807.7 Hebran Temple, detail of conch from niche in façade.
808 Nimreh Church, transverse arches, from east.
809 Nimreh Ancient tomb of fine quadrated masonry found beneath a crude Christian structure.
810 Si Theatron (excavated), south side of entrance, from east.
811 Si Theatron, keystone of entrance arch portraying Baal Shamin (fragment G).
812 Si Temple of Dushara, pedestal with Nabataean inscription no. 101.
813 Si Basalt relief illustrating the cult of Mithras, found in front of Temple of Dushara.
813.01 Si Theatron (excavated), south side of entrance, from east.
813.02 Si Theatron (excavated), detail of south side of entrance, from east.
813.03 Si Theatron, jamb of entrance doorway (fragment C).
813.04 Si Theatron, voussoir of entrance arch (fragment I).
813.05 Si Theatron, straight frieze band over entrance doorway (fragment D).
813.06 Si Theatron, keystone of entrance arch portraying Baal Shamin (fragment G).
813.07 Si Temple of Baal Shamin, jamb of main portal (fragment 5).
813.08 Si Temple of Baal Shamin, eagle sculptures from facade (fragments 12 & 13).
813.09 Si Temple of Baal Shamin, pilaster cap (fragment 14).
813.11 Si Temple of Baal Shamin, jamb of interior doorway (fragment 11).
813.12 Si Temple of Baal Shamin, Doric capital from peristyle (fragment 10).
813.13 Si Temple of Baal Shamin, altar pedestal, and Enno Littman.
813.14 Si Lintel with Greek inscription of Agrippa II.
813.15 Si Temple of Dushara, foot and drapery of statue with the personification of wine, side.
813.16 Si Temple of Dushara, foot and drapery of statue with the personification of wine, front.
813.17 Si Temple of Dushara, half-capital with grotesque human figure.
813.18 Si Temple of Dushara, capital of engaged column.
813.19 Si Niche in Nabataean tomb.
813.21 Si Theatron, relief fragment from semicircle above door, with Greek inscription no. 772.
813.22 Si Relief fragment.
813.23 Si Roman Gate, cornice fragment.
813.24 Si Statue, male torso.
813.25 Si Round tower tomb.
813.26 Si Pedestal with Greek inscription no. 777.
813.27 Si Basalt relief illustrating the cult of Mithras, found in front of Temple of Dushara.
813.28 Si Temple of Dushara, pedestal with Nabataean inscription no. 101.
813.29 Si Sculptural relief from Nabataean tomb, eagle in soffit of arched niche.
813.31 Si Tablet with Greek and Nabataean inscriptions which mention the name of Seeia.
813.32 Si Temple of Baal Shamin, two related fragments with Nabataean inscr. Nos. 104a-b.
813.33 Si Round tower-tomb A, lintel inscription in Greek and Nabataean, no. 105.
813.34 Si Stele with Nabataean inscription, found 1km north of Si.
813.35 Si Temple of Baal Shamin court, Nabataean inscription from the epistyle of the portico.
813.36 Si Carving of the Herodian period.
813.37 Si Nabataean Gate, fragment of jamb.
813.38 Si Roman Gate, architrave fragment with Greek inscription.
813.39 Si Roman Gate, architrave fragment.
813.41 Si Roman Gate, east face, right jamb of central portal, from east.
813.42 Si Roman Gate, two views of Nike statue from keystone of middle arch, east face.
813.43 Si Frieze fragment found outside the Roman Gate.
814 Ish Shaaf Round tower.
815 Busan Houses at southwest angle of town, from south. Forms panorama with 816 & 817.
816 Busan Houses at southwest angle of town, from south. Forms panorama with 815 & 817.
817 Busan Houses at southwest angle of town, from south. Forms panorama with 815 & 816.
817.1 Busan Ornamented doorway.
818 Salkhad Distant view of castle, from southeast.
818.1 Salkhad Distant view of castle.
819 Salkhad Distant view of castle from southeast.
820 Uyun Street in midst of ruins.
821 Uyun Front of ruined house.
822 Uyun General view from south.
823 il-Karis Convent, from south.
824 il-Karis Convent, from northwest.
825 is-Safiyeh General view from east.
826 is-Safiyeh Stepped pyramid, from southeast.
827 Burak General view from northwest.
828 Burak Houses and towers, from east.
829 il-Meshkuk Tower and house walls, from south.
830 il-Meshkuk Ruins from southwest.
831 Der il-Meshkuk Upside down Nabataean inscription (124 AD) insitu, west wall of monastery.
831.1 Der il-Meshkuk Nabataean inscription no. 27 (124 AD) from west wall of monastery.
831.2 Der il-Meshkuk Statue, male torso. Found north of the temple.
831.3 Anz Lintel with Greek inscription, not insitu.
831.4 Anz Modern village, from across the pool.
831.5 Kfer Altar with Greek inscription no. 178, front view.
831.6 Kfer Altar with greek inscritpion no. 178, side view.
832 Sammeh Arches of church, from east.
833 Sammeh Arches of church, from west.
834 Sammeh House with tower, near church.
835 Sammeh House with tower, south part of town.
836 Khazimeh Double Church, exterior from southwest.
837 Khazimeh Double Church, interior of northern edifice, from west.
838 Khazimeh House, interior of front wall. Girder arch is missing.
838.1 Khazimeh Doorway of house with carved lintel.
839 Der il-Khaf Fortress, from east.
840 Der il-Khaf Fortress, east end of south wall, showing inscriptions.
840.1 Der il-Khaf Fortress, Greek inscription no. 230 on lintel of small doorway in southwest angle.
841 Inat Tower near center of village.
842 Inat Tower in south part of village.
842.1 Inat House with outside stairs.
842.2 idj-Djubaiyeh Tower, from southwest.
842.3 Umm Koser Village, from southeast.
843 Umm il-Kutten General view, from south.
844 Umm il-Kutten Convent (Monastery), from northeast.
845 Umm il-Kutten Convent (Monastery), from southwest.
846 Umm il-Kutten Convent (Monastery), doorway and windows.
847 Umm il-Kutten Tower of private residence.
848 Umm il-Kutten House of the Counsilor, from southeast.
848.1 Umm il-Kutten Unidentified building, interior.
848.2 Umm il-Kutten Carved lintel in east end of convent.
848.3 Umm il-Kutten South Church, capital.
848.4 Umm il-Kutten Piscina.
848.5 il-Ghariyeh Plate tracery window.
848.6 il-Ghariyeh Local man with small votive altar, sides 1 and 2.
848.7 il-Ghariyeh Local man with small votive altar, sides 3 and 4.
849 il-Umtaiyeh Temple-Mosque, detail of main portal.
850 il-Umtaiyeh Temple-Mosque, east façade with main portal.
851 il-Umtaiyeh Church No. 3, west façade from southwest.
852 il-Umtaiyeh General view from south.
852.1 il-Umtaiyeh Temple-Mosque, detail of grape-vine carving on jamb of main portal.
852.2 il-Umtaiyeh House near Church No. 3, lintel with Greek inscription no. 39.
852.3 il-Umtaiyeh Courtyard near Church No. 1, Greek inscription no. 37 built into modern wall.
853 Umm is-Surab Church of S.S. Sergius and Bacchus (489 AD), interior from west.
854 Sameh Monastery of St. George, from southwest.
855 Kharab is-Sakhl Ruins of ancient, fortified tell.
856 Hammas Ancient walls from earliest occupation of the region.
857 Karaah General view from east.
858 Sebsebeh A typical ruined town of the Southern Hauran, general view from east.
858.1 Sebsebeh Pine cone or omphalos.
859 Simdj Tower in easern part of town.
860 Sabhah General view from northwest.
861 Sabhah Church, from west.
862 Sabhah Tower of a residence, from southeast.
863 Sabhah Tower of a residence, from northeast.
863.1 Subhiyeh House front.
863.2 Subhiyeh Tower, from southeast.
864 id-Der Monastery, view inside court from northwest.
865 id-Der Mosque, general view.
866 Ataman Mausoleum, north façade.
867 Ataman Mausoleum, from southeast.
868 Ataman Mausoleum, east wall.
869 Saadeh Wall of boulders, probably prehistoric.
870 Inkhil Palace, east façade.
871 Inkhil Palace, east façade.
872 Inkhil Palace, west end of middle hall.
873 Inkhil Palace, south side of dais.
874 Inkhil Palace, north side of great hall.
874.1 Inkhil Palace, niche in east façade.
874.2 Inkhil Palace, window and portal in façade.
875 is-Sanaman Tychaion (Temple, 191 AD), view across birkeh from south.
876 is-Sanaman Tychaion (Temple, 191 AD), re-built north wall.
877 is-Sanaman Tychaion (Temple, 191 AD), detail of architectural fragments re-built into north wall.
878 is-Sanaman Tychaion (Temple, 191 AD), interior of southeast angle.
879 is-Sanaman Tychaion (Temple, 191 AD), detail of lintel from main portal, re-built into north wall.
880 is-Sanaman Tychaion (Temple, 191 AD), apse.
881 is-Sanaman Tychaion (Temple, 191 AD), northwest angle.
882 is-Sanaman Colonnade on south side of birkeh.
883 is-Sanaman Colonnade on south side of birkeh, from northwest.
884 il-Haiyat Lintel with Greek inscription (578 AD) in north wall of a courtyard.
885 il-Haiyat Courtyard of ancient house where inscription of #884 was found.
886 Kasr il-Baik Fortress, general view.
887 Kasr il-Baik Ruins within Fortress, looking north from south wall of chapel.
888 Kasr il-Baik Ruins within Fortress, looking northwest from southwest wall of chapel.
889 Kasr il-Baik Ruins within Fortress, from east.
890 Umm idj-Djimal General view from southeast.
891 Umm idj-Djimal General view from east.
892 Umm idj-Djimal Gate of Commodus, exterior from west.
893 Umm idj-Djimal General view of Houses VII, VIII, IX and West Church, from south near House VI.
894 Umm idj-Djimal Praetorium, from southeast.
895 Umm idj-Djimal Praetorium, upper story showing stone stairs corbelled into wall, from east.
896 Umm idj-Djimal Section of later wall on east side of city, south of the East Gate.
897 Umm idj-Djimal Barracks, from southwest.
898 Umm idj-Djimal Barracks, showing tower and south wall of chapel, from southeast
899 Umm idj-Djimal Barracks, part of wall on west side of courtyard, from east.
900 Umm idj-Djimal East Gate, interior of east face.
901 Umm idj-Djimal Cathedral (557 AD), west façade from west.
902 Umm idj-Djimal West Church, from south.
903 Umm idj-Djimal West Church, west façade from west.
904 Umm idj-Djimal Klaudianos Church, with buildings south of it, from west.
905 Umm idj-Djimal Klaudianos Church, west façade from west.
906 Umm idj-Djimal Klaudianos Church, with buildings south of it, from west.
907 Umm idj-Djimal Klaudianos Church, view in cloister, from east.
908 Umm idj-Djimal Numerianos Church, from southwest.
909 Umm idj-Djimal Numerianos Church, part of west façade, from west.
910 Umm idj-Djimal Julianos Church, apse from southeast.
911 Umm idj-Djimal Southwest Church (right) with buildings on court (left), from southeast.
912 Umm idj-Djimal Double Church, southern half, west front from street at west.
913 Umm idj-Djimal Double Church, northern half, interior of west end and north wall from southeast.
914 Umm idj-Djimal Street with façades of Masechos Church and Southeast Church on right, from SW.
915 Umm idj-Djimal House XVIII, from southeast.
916 Umm idj-Djimal House XVIII, portion of exterior east wall from east.
917 Umm idj-Djimal House XVIII, northeast angle of courtyard, from southwest.
918 Umm idj-Djimal House XIX, from southwest.
919 Umm idj-Djimal House III, from south.
920 Umm idj-Djimal House southeast of Numerianos Church, showing corbelled stairs.
921 Umm idj-Djimal House I, north side of courtyard showing corbelled stairs, from southwest.
922 Umm idj-Djimal Courtyard VII, house front in southeast angle.
923 Umm idj-Djimal House XIII, screen wall.
924 Umm idj-Djimal House XIII, triple corbel.
925 Umm idj-Djimal Roman reservoir, northwest angle, from southeast.
926 Umm idj-Djimal Aqueduct, elevated portion outside east wall, from south.
927 Umm idj-Djimal Tomb with many Greek stelae found insitu, from east.
928 Umm idj-Djimal Nabataean tomb with stelae southeast of the city, from east.
928.01 Umm idj-Djimal Bedouin enclosures west of Barracks, from south.
928.02 Umm idj-Djimal Roughly quadrated masonry and window.
928.03 Umm idj-Djimal Fallen lintel from tomb doorway.
928.04 Umm idj-Djimal Fallen lintel from tomb doorway with squeeze applied.
928.05 Umm idj-Djimal Stone door of tomb.
928.06 Umm idj-Djimal Stone door of tomb with squeeze applied.
928.07 Umm idj-Djimal Small altar carved on doorjamb.
928.08 Umm idj-Djimal Nabataean inscription no. 38 on altar, with squeeze applied.
928.09 Umm idj-Djimal House V, capital in court.
928.11 Umm idj-Djimal Ionic angle-pilaster capital.
928.12 Umm idj-Djimal Architectural fragment.
928.13 Umm idj-Djimal House XV, acroterium.
928.14 Umm idj-Djimal Double Church, capital.
928.15 Umm idj-Djimal Column base near Nabataean temple.
928.16 Umm idj-Djimal Ionic capital.
928.17 Umm idj-Djimal Nabataean capital.
928.18 Umm idj-Djimal Moulding.
928.19 Umm idj-Djimal Upper part of square shaft found between the Double Church and Roman reservoir.
928.21 Umm idj-Djimal Cathedral, capital from pier of apse-arch with Greek inscription no. 260 (556 AD).
928.22 Umm idj-Djimal Lower part of statue.
928.23 Umm idj-Djimal Torso of statue in basalt.
928.24 Umm idj-Djimal Lower part of statue.
928.25 Umm idj-Djimal Safaitic inscription no. 1269, west wall of house in eastern part of town.
928.26 Umm idj-Djimal Safaitic inscription no. 1270, stone in low wall near insc. 1269.
928.27 Umm idj-Djimal House XVII, Nabataean inscription no. 46, on stone re-used as window lintel.
928.28 Umm idj-Djimal Altar fragment with Greek inscription no. 239, found on Bedouin grave.
928.29 Umm idj-Djimal Water basin in house.
928.31 Umm idj-Djimal Greek inscription no. 238, found in court south of the Double Church. See #928.32
928.32 Umm idj-Djimal Two halves of bilingual inscription, left, Greek no. 238; right, Nabataean no. 41.
928.33 Umm idj-Djimal Safaitic inscription no. 1273, found in house in eastern part of town.
929 Wadi il-Akib Camp, on the way to Koser il-Hallabat.
930 Wadi il-Akib General view near camp.
931 Koser il-Hallabat Roman fortress, northeast angle from northwest.
932 Koser il-Hallabat Roman fortress, north side of courtyard from south.
933 Koser il-Hallabat Mosque, west wall from west.
934 Hamman is-Sarakh Bath, from west.
935 Hamman is-Sarakh Bath, from southwest.
936 Hamman is-Sarakh Bath, from southeast.
937 Hamman is-Sarakh Bath, ruined cistern.
938 Hamman is-Sarakh Bath, pendentive and section of dome.
939 Rimet il-Luhf Tomb of Kelesteinos, from southwest. Photo is backwards in PASIIA, fig. 353.
940 Msekeh Oblong building, from south.
941 Msekeh Oblong building, interior.
942 Lubben Church (417 AD), from southeast.
943 Lubben Buildings south of Church, from east.
944 Lubben Church (417 AD), interior of east end from west.
944.1 Djisreh Altar.
944.2 Djisreh Altar.
945 Djren Entrance tower of large ancient house.
946 Der idj-Djuwani Apse of small church.
947 Djedil Stone door.
948 Damit il-Alya Gate of temenos.
949 Damit il-Alya Stepped pyramid, from southwest.
949.1 Sahr Relief of Medusa head (fragment D).
949.2 Sahr Part of a stone door (fragment E).
949.3 Sahr Lower half of female figure with drapery (fragment G).
949.4 Sahr Life-size male torso (fragment H).
949.5 Sahr Three fragments of a Nike (fragments K).
949.6 Sahr Fragments of draped male figure (fragments L).
949.7 Mdjedil Sculpture fragments.
949.8 Khabeb Round tower on the road to Khabeb.
950 Umm iz-Zetun Front of house in northeast part of town.
950.1 Umm iz-Zetun Ornamented lintel.
951 ir-Rubbeh Part of retaining wall of tell.
952 Shekh Ali Kasun Tower, doorway with ornamented lintel.
952.1 Shekh Ali Kasun Tower on east edge of town, lintel in south wall with Greek inscr. no. 810, 505-6 AD.
952.2 Shekh Ali Kasun Tower on east edge of town, lintel in west wall with Greek inscription no. 814.
953 Temek Tower, from south.
954 Temek Tower, from southeast.
954.1 Temek Tower, from southeast.
954.2 Temek Tower, from southwest.
954.3 Sabba Lintel with Greek inscription no. 821, re-used as a door jamb.
955 Nawa Der Nawa (convent), base of tower.
956 it-Tuba Large lintel with Greek inscription no. 889, from house near church.
956.1 it-Tuba Large lintel with Greek inscription no. 889, from house near church.
956.2 it-Tuba Stone basin from House II.
956.3 it-Tuba Lintel over doorway to small apartment, with Greek inscription no. 891.
957 Tell id-Deheb General view of the tell.
958 il-Anz House II, great lintel of main portal with Greek inscription no. 894 (542 AD).
958.1 Halban Tower on east side of town, door lintel with Greek inscription no. 871 (541 AD).
958.2 Halban Stone with Greek inscription no. 873, re-used as lintel in modern house.
958.3 ir-Ruhaiyeh Ancient relief carving converted into a door, detail.
959 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church (left) and Palace (back right), view from southwest.
960 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, from west.
961 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, northeast angle from east.
962 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, from east.
963 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, lintel of south portal, with Greek inscription no. 907.
964 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, interior, north side of triforium from southeast.
965 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, interior of apse, from west.
966 Kasr Ibn Wardan Church, triforium captial.
967 Kasr Ibn Wardan Palace, main portal with Greek inscription no. 908, from south.
968 Kasr Ibn Wardan Palace, south façade from south.
969 Kasr Ibn Wardan Palace, from southwest.
970 Kasr Ibn Wardan Palace, interior from west.
971 Kasr Ibn Wardan Palace, interior from east.
972 Kasr Ibn Wardan Palace, vaulting of entrance hall.
973 Kasr Ibn Wardan Barracks, ruins from northwest.
974 Kasr Ibn Wardan Barracks, gateway in north façade, from north. Lintel bears Greek inscription no. 906.
975 Kasr Ibn Wardan Barracks, building within the outer wall, from northwest.
975.1 Kasr Ibn Wardan Palace, main portal with squeeze applied.
975.2 id-Dabbaghin Ornamented jambs.
976 il-Andarin South Church (Church No. 6), from west.
977 il-Andarin South Church (Church No. 6), portal and window in south wall, from south.
978 il-Andarin Cathedral (Church No. 1), General view from southwest.
979 il-Andarin Cathedral (Church No. 1), south side of prothesis.
980 il-Andarin Cathedral (Church No. 1), angle between exterior curve of apse and prothesis.
981 il-Andarin Cathedral (Church No. 1), apse from southwest.
982 il-Andarin Barracks, lintel of gateway with Greek inscription no. 915.
982.1 il-Andarin Barracks, lintel of gateway with Greek inscription no. 915.
982.2 Stabl Antar Fortress, lintel with Greek inscription no. 947.
982.3 Stabl Antar Doorway.
983 Kerratin Cathedral, arches of narthex, from east.
983.1 Kerratin Clerical residence west of Cathedral, from northeast.
984 Kerratin House No. IV, colonnade.
985 Kerratin House No. 3, door lintel re-used in mosque, with Greek inscription no. 992.
986 Kerratin House of Paul (House No. 5), entrance arch, from south.
986.1 Kerratin Lintel of a built tomb (531-2 AD), with Greek inscription no. 994.
986.2 Sera Tower courtyard, Greek inscription no. 951, built into the south wall.
986.3 Sera Tower, lintel of doorway with Greek inscription no. 950, insitu.
987 Mirayeh Colonnade of house.
988 is-Sekeah Tower, from southwest.
989 Idjaz Church of the Holy Apostles, ruins with inscribed voussoir marked in chalk, center.
990 Idjaz Church of the Holy Apostles, ruins.
991 Idjaz Lintel with Greek inscription no. 1016 (546-7 AD).
992 Idjaz Tower.
993 Marata Church, exterior of south wall, from south.
994 Marata Church, interior from east.
995 Marata Pyramidal tomb I, from southwest.
996 Marata Pyramidal tomb II, from southeast.
997 il-Ghadfeh Pyramidal tomb, from northwest.
998 il-Ghadfeh House.
999 Falul Church of the Archangels, from southeast.
1000 Maaishurin Temple, from northwest.
1001 Tell Akibrin Large building of undetermined purpose, from south. Plain of Sermeda in background.
1002 Tell Akibrin Large building with coupled windows, from south.
1003 Deraman Private house.
1004 Deraman Private house facing south, from south.
1005 Deraman Private house.
1006 Deraman Private house facing south, from south.
1007 Der Tell Adeh Ruins of convent, from northeast.
1007.1 Der Tell Adeh Pier of jambstone with Syriac inscription no. 17, found near convent.
1007.2 Der Tell Adeh Fragment.
1007.3 Burdj is-Seb Lintel with Syriac inscription no. 19 (858-59 AD).
1007.4 Burdj is-Seb Tower with Greek inscription no. 1117 (572 AD).
1008 Kfellusin Tower, from west.
1009 Kfellusin Chapel, from west.
1010 Kfellusin Chapel, north wall from north.
1011 Kfellusin House (473 and 486 AD).
1012 Zerzita Church, ruins from southwest.
1013 Zerzita Tower and porch, from southwest.
1014 Zerzita Porch, from southwest.
1015 Zerzita Portico of house (June, 539 AD), from south.
1016 Zerzita Portico of house (September, 539 AD), from south.
1017 Zerzita Portico of house.
1018 Zerzita Portico of house showing two building periods.
1019 Katura Face of natural rock ravine with carved funerary sculptures.
1020 Katura Face of natural rock ravine with carved funerary sculptures, detail.
1021 Katura Face of natural rock ravine with carved funerary sculptures, detail.
1021.1 Katura Tomb of Aemilius Reginus with bicolumnar monument, dated 195 AD.
1021.2 Katura Tomb of Titus Flavius Julianus with Greek and Latin inscription, no. 1127.
1021.3 Katura Decorated lintel in south part of town, from east.
1022 Sitt ir-Rum Tomb of Eisidotos (October, 152 AD), from north.
1023 Sitt ir-Rum Chapel, from southeast.
1024 Refadeh Tower, from southwest.
1025 Refadeh House No. I, polygonal masonry.
1026 Refadeh Portico of a house.
1027 Refadeh House No. II, west face from southwest.
1028 Refadeh House No. III (516 AD), south face from south.
1029 Refadeh House No. IV, portico.
1030 Fidreh Church, ruins from southwest.
1031 Fidreh Portico of house.
1032 Fidreh Portico of house (531 AD).
1033 Der Siman Great Pandocheion (east end of town), from northwest.
1034 Der Siman Great Pandocheion (east end of town), from southeast.
1035 Der Siman Tombs and tomb chapel, from southwest.
1036 Der Siman North Church, from southeast.
1037 Der Siman West Monastery, church, west façade from west.
1038 Der Siman West Monastery, church, south wall from south.
1039 Der Siman West Monastery, church, interior of apse from west.
1040 Der Siman West Monastery, campo santo (burial cloister), entrance from north.
1041 Der Siman West Monastery, campo santo (burial cloister), interior from south.
1042 Der Siman South Monastery, chapel, south wall from south.
1042.1 Der Siman South Monastery, view from west.
1043 Der Siman General view of ruins with triumphal arch at center, from northeast.
1043.1 Der Siman Pandocheion (center of town), view with inscribed lintel at center. See #1043.2
1043.2 Der Siman Pandocheion (center of town), lintel with Greek inscription no. 1154 (479 AD).
1043.3 Der Siman Door lintel of a tavern with Greek inscription no. 1155 (479 AD).
1043.4 Der Siman Door lintel of a tavern with Greek inscription no. 1155 (479 AD), detail.
1043.5 Der Siman Door lintel with Greek inscription.
1043.6 Der Siman South Monastery, west inn, Syriac graffiti inscriptions 39 and 40 with squeeze applied.
1043.7 Der Siman Syriac graffiti inscription no. 28.
1044 Surkanya Chapel, south wall from south.
1045 Surkanya Chapel, interior of east end, from west.
1045.1 Surkanya Ornamented lintel.
1045.2 Surkanya Ornamented lintel.
1045.3 Surkanya Chapel, panel of chancel, detail.
1045.4 Surkanya House with porch bearing Greek inscription no. 1196.
1045.5 Surkanya Ornamented lintel.
1045.6 Surkanya Distant view of chapel, from east.
1045.7 Surkanya Distant view of complete house amidst the ruins.
1045.8 Bazihir Upper story of house with stone shutter and doorway with Greek inscription no. 1200.
1046 Banastur General view.
1047 Burdj Hedar Chapel, from southwest.
1048 Burdj Hedar Chapel, interior of east end from west.
1049 Burdj Hedar East Church, interior of east end from west.
1050 Burdj Hedar West Church, interior arcades from southwest.
1051 Burdj Hedar House in northern part of town, south front from southwest.
1051.1 Burdj Hedar Sarcophagus cover on rock-cut tomb.
1051.2 Burdj Hedar Ornamented doorway.
1051.3 Burdj Hedar Section of staircase cut from a single stone.
1051.4 Burdj Hedar Doorway with vestibule, bearing Greek inscription no. 1167 (487 AD).
1051.5 Kbeshin Monogram and picture of a person.
1052 Kefr Nabo House with lintel bearing Greek inscription no. 1171 (308 AD). See #1054.3 for detail.
1053 Kefr Nabo Inn, west end from southwest.
1054 Kefr Nabo House (445 AD), west wall from west.
1054.1 Kefr Nabo Chapel, south portal with ornamented and inscribed lintel. See #1054.2 for detail.
1054.2 Kefr Nabo Chapel, lintel of south portal with ornamental disks and Syriac inscription no. 52.
1054.3 Kefr Nabo Lintel with Greek inscription no. 1171, detail.
1054.4 Kefr Nabo Oil Mill, left half of lintel with Greek inscription no. 1170.
1054.5 Kefr Nabo Oil Mill, end view of lintel which bears Greek inscription no. 1170.
1054.6 Kefr Nabo Oil Mill, cast of Greek inscription no. 1170.
1055 Brad Ancient walls of quadrated and polygonal masonry.
1056 Brad Convent southwest of town, from northeast.
1057 Brad Monumental Tomb, from southwest.
1058 Brad Public baths, from east.
1059 Brad Cathedral, west façade from west.
1060 Brad Cathedral, interior of east end from west.
1061 Brad North Church (561 AD), general view from southeast.
1062 Brad Southwest Church, south wall from southwest.
1063 Brad Group of buildings in polygonal masonry, from south. See #1065-8, detail of arch (r).
1064 Brad Building in polygonal masonry (207-8 AD), from south. Inscr. 1175 on right doorway.
1065 Brad House? (496 AD), from east. Gateway at left bears Greek inscription no. 1177.
1065.1 Brad Convent southwest of town, tower.
1065.2 Brad Monolithic objects with "hooded seats," possibly parts of a press.
1065.3 Brad Monolithic objects, possibly parts of a press.
1065.4 Brad Building in polygonal masonry (207-8 AD), from south. Inscr. 1175 on right doorway.
1065.5 Brad Door lintel with Greek inscription no. 1175 (207-8 AD).
1065.6 Brad North Church, western door of south side with Greek inscription no. 1180.
1065.7 Brad North Church, lintel on south side of apse with Greek inscription no. 1178 (561 AD).
1065.8 Brad Ornamented arch keystone with Greek inscription no. 1186. See #1063, general view.
1066 Kefr Lab Chapel, from south.
1067 Basufan Church of St. Phocas, column of apse, pier-cap, and arch of prothesis.
1068 Basufan Church of St. Phocas, window in south wall and Syriac inscription no. 50.
1069 Kalat Kalota Temple-church, from southwest.
1070 Kalat Kalota Temple-church, south wall from south.
1071 Kalat Kalota Temple-church, interior of apse from southwest. View from atop Arabic wall.
1071.1 Kalat Kalota Stone from a temple with Greek inscription no. 1193, re-built into wall of church.
1072 Kalota Distant view of ruins, from hill of Kalat Kalota at west.
1073 Kalota East Church (492 AD), west façade from southwest.
1074 Kalota East Church, interior of east end from northwest.
1075 Kalota East Church, south wall from south.
1076 Kalota West Church, south wall from south.
1077 Kalota House with unusual piers in upper story.
1078 Kharab Shems Church, west façade from west.
1079 Kharab Shems Church, from northwest.
1080 Kharab Shems Church, from northwest.
1080.1 Kharab Shems Church, from northwest.
1080.2 Kharab Shems Chapel, north side and apse, from northeast.
1080.3 Kharab Shems Chapel, interior of apse.
1080.4 Kharab Shems Chapel, detail of molding at spring of apse arch, south side.
1080.5 Kharab Shems Ornamented door lintel of house.
1080.6 Kharab Shems Ornamented doorway of house.
1081 Burdjkeh Tower.
1082 Burdjkeh Chapel, south side from south.
1082.1 Burdjkeh Ornamented doorway of house in polygonal masonry.
1082.2 Burdjkeh House and rock-cut chamber.
1082.3 Burdjkeh House and rock-cut chamber.
1083 Fafirtin Church, interior of apse from west.
1084 Kefr Antin Front of house.
1085 Batuta Church, south arcade of nave seen beyond the ruined exterior wall, from southwest.
1086 Batuta Chapel, porch on south side, from southwest.
1087 Batuta Colonnades of shops/residences.
1088 Simkhar General view of ruins from west.
1089 Simkhar Church, south arcade of nave from south.
1090 Simkhar Church at left, chapel at right, from southwest.
1091 Simkhar Chapel, west façade from west.
1092 Shekh Sleman General view from south.
1093 Shekh Sleman Church of St. Mary, west portico from west.
1094 Shekh Sleman Church of St. Mary, west façade from northwest.
1095 Shekh Sleman Church of St. Mary, interior of east end from northwest.
1096 Shekh Sleman Church dated 602 AD, interior of east end from west.
1097 Shekh Sleman Church dated 602 AD, south portico with Greek inscription no. 1211.
1098 Mektebeh Syriac inscription no. 21, possibly a lintel, re-used in a wall.
1099 Mektebeh Lintel with Syriac inscription no. 20, re-used as a door post in modern house.
1100 Mektebeh Cast of Syriac inscription no. 19, from a lintel.
1101 Tedif Synagog of Ezra, wall in forecourt. Several Hebrew inscriptions were found here.
1102 Tell Nebi Is Weli Weli (shrine) on Tell Nebi Is. Kufic inscription frags. were recorded here by Littman.
1103.1 il-Hifneh Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 12-18.
1103.2 il-Hifneh Stone with Safaitic inscription no. 23.
1103.3 il-Hifneh Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 24a-c.
1103.4 il-Hifneh Stone with Safaitic inscription no. 37.
1103.5 il-Hifneh Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 48 and 49.
1103.6 il-Hifneh Stone with Safaitic inscription no. 57.
1103.7 il-Hifneh Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 58-67.
1104 Kfersun Court of a ruined house with olive trees growing beside the colonnade.
1105 Khirbit Faris Wall of building, exterior showing carved moldings and niche.
1106 Khirbit Faris Wall of building, interior.
1107 Khirbit Faris Tomb, showing sarcophagus elevated above tomb chamber.
1108 Slem Temple, upper part of northeast angle showing pilaster and entablature.
1109 Kalat Ibn Man Castle.
1110 Kalat Ibn Man Castle, detail of walls.
1111 Serata Ruins.
1112 Sakhrin Window with incised moldings.
1113 Sakhrin Engaged column of upper colonnade with debased Ionic capital.
1114 Burdj id-Deruni Chapel, from northwest.
1115 il-Fuah Medieval Mohammedan weli (shrine).
1116 Kasr Allaruz Temple tomb.
1117 Jerusalem Orpheus mosaic, located outside the Damascus Gate, before raising.
1118 Jerusalem Orpheus mosaic, located outside the Damascus Gate, before raising.
1119 Jordan River Lattice bridge.
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