Monday, November 15, 2010

Stores from second millenium B.C found

2nd millennium b.c.three stores found

The national excavation working at Dubbah Breika Hill at the southern province of Swaida has found three neighboring stores which belong to the second millennium B.C.

Archaeologist Basel Gharz al-Din, the supervisor of the excavation said that the three stores are semicircular and made of basalt stones.

The works of the excavation in the eastern side of the hill showed that the stony bases represent a row, as several antiquities were also found at the site such as jars, plates, pots and metal pieces.


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