Zain-Eddin indicated that the statue was transported to the national museum in Sweida, adding that the national excavation expedition working in Tal Dubat Braika site has also discovered a cemetery dating back
to the Middle Bronze Age in the period between 2000 and 2500 B.C.
"The antiquities that have been found in the area included those dating back
to the pre-historic period," he added.
It was made up of glass fragments dating back
to about the year 680 gathered from an archaeological dig on the monastic site of the Bede surrounding the church.
"Hence the importance of these missions in pursuing the discoveries of the directorate seven years ago at al-Maisari site, 4 km southeast of Daraa, one of the most important sites dating back
to the Paleolithic age (8000 B.C.) and Neolithic age (500 B.C.)," archeological researcher Yaser Abu Nokta said.
The first excavations started a year later and pieces from up to 45 Neolithic pots, known as Peterborough ware and dating back
to 3,000BC, were found.
The work follows a dig last year that revealed the remains of an Anglo-Saxon monastery dating back
to the 7th Century.
He presented a gift of bread and salt to the deputy Lord Mayor, Cllr Alan Dean, a traditional gift in Europe, dating back
Fossils of primitive, jawless fish dating back
470 million yearsare the oldest known examples of vertebrates, a subphylum to which both human beings and salamanders belong.
In a similar vein, an ancient royal celebration hall dating back
to the era of Ramses II was previously discovered at Matareya district.
The Umayyad Mosque in Damascus is the largest structure dating back
to the Umayyad era, and it still contains intact elements from that era, namely the time of Umayyad Caliph Al-Walid Bin Abdelmalek (705-717 AD).
Washington, Feb 8 (ANI): Archaeological expeditions working at North-eastern Syria have discovered several collective tombs and parts of seals with different shapes in addition to 27 cuneiform tablets dating back
to 2500 BC.
One resident was ordered to pay back almost pounds 8,400 in benefits dating back
to 2002, claimed while she had been working, and she was also fined pounds 100, plus pounds 150 court costs.