He said the discoveries shed light on the oldest human settlements at the site which date back
to the 6th millennium B.
Its archeological levels date back
to the Bronze and Iron Ages and the Persian, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods, Head of Idleb Antiquities Department, Nicola Kabbad, said.
Plans to convert the complex to senior housing date back
to 1993, when the former owner received approval to build condominiums.
The chamber, carved into the limestone ground, is centered between the shrine of Abu al-Laith al-Samarkandi which dates back to around 983 AD, Zawyet al-Silsleh Mosque and Bab al-Balad Mosque which date back
to the Mamluk era, and Khan Salim Hamadi, an inn dating back to the late Ottoman era.
Partly for reasons of convenience, most tourists are drawn to four monuments on the western part of the Mainland (which despite its name is actually the largest of the Orkney Islands): Skara Brae; the Ring of Brodgar and the Stones of Stenness, megalithic henge monuments that date back
as many as 5,000 years; and Maes Howe, one of Europe's greatest chambered tombs.
The section includes a basalt sculpture for two structures of Human being, and two bulls carrying a plate, a statue of goddess Ishtar, in addition to the sculpture of the flying man which all date back
to the first millennium BC.
Al-Aouda indicated that the clay lanterns are the most important archeological discoveries at Bosra Amphitheatre because they are one of the most ancient archeological findings in the city which date back
to the Iron and the Hellenistic Ages.
Hasakah, north-east Syria, (SANA)-The archeological sites in Hemma region in al-Hasakah contain 6204 stone inscriptions date back
to historical periods extending from the Middle Paleolithic era to the 19th century AD.
The expedition discovered a set of stone tools belonging to many pre-historic phases, especially the Paleolithic age, in addition to a number of pieces dating back to the Neolithic age, indicating that there is scarcity in the findings which date back
to the Paleolithic era.
Raqqa, (SANA)-Raqqa ancient museum is perched on the Euphrates Valley, displaying its archeological findings that date back
to the 5th millennium B.
The columns bear Greek inscriptions and date back
to 150 AD.