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Dead Cities

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Dead Cities
archaeological site, abandoned village
Zuliya wuhibuالمدن المنسية Mali niŋ
KaliByzantine Empire Mali niŋ
TiŋaSyria Mali niŋ
Located in/on physical featureLimestone Massif Mali niŋ
Tiŋgbaŋ yaɣili calinli36°20′3″N 36°50′39″E Mali niŋ
Significant eventList of World Heritage in Danger Mali niŋ
Saha tarisilate antiquity Mali niŋ
Heritage designationWorld Heritage Site Mali niŋ
World Heritage soliWorld Heritage selection criterion (iii), World Heritage selection criterion (iv), World Heritage selection criterion (v) Mali niŋ
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Tiŋ'shɛŋa din zani dabari (Dead cities) bee tiŋ'shɛŋa yela be ni tam (forgtton cities), nyɛla tiŋ'shɛŋa di ni che m-bahi, ka di kalinli yiɣisi kamani tinsi tusaayɔpɔi m-be Syria wulinpuhili mini nudirigu polo, ka be Alepo mini Idlib sunsuuni. Tinkpansi kamani tinkpansi pihinahi n-nyɛ bunii be archaelogical paaki ni ka be Syria wulinpuhili mini di nudirigu polo ka bo kahigibu niŋ tinkpansi biɛhisi nti late antiquity zaŋ jɛndi Byzantine saha.

Tinkpansi maa pam, din daa pili 1st to 7th saha (century), daa nyɛla tinsi din daa che m-bahi 8th to 10th saha ( century). Ka ya din be tinsi maa ni pa leei din dahim dahim, jiŋa mini buɣa ni dolodolo jama duri ni shinsheri.

Chris Wickham, dini daa lihiri post- Roman wolrd " Framing the Early Middle Ages" ( yuuni 2006) daa ŋme nangban kpeeni ka dama ni di daa nyɛla luɣi shɛli pukparibi ban koli daa chani viɛnyɛla ni be ka di mali foŋ lahinili biɛla.Mɛbu mɛbu din kpalim ka mali kore nyɛla pukparibiŋo ban daa di anfaani olive oil kohimmma ni sababiiya ni.

Shɛli lahi yɛli ni lala tinsi ŋo maa daa nyɛla din tihi ka dama di daa zala daabiligu soloɣu zuɣu din be Byzantine Empire, amaa ka pa pukparibu ŋo ʒii zuɣu. Laribu nima ŋo nidaa deegi tiŋ maa naagi, daabiligu soya daa nyɛla din taɣi ka ŋan zuɣu che ka lala tinsi ŋo pam daabiligu shɛli din daa gbibi tiŋ maa. Lala ŋo zuɣu niribi ban daa be tiŋ maa ni daa nyɛla ban che bi tinsi ka yi n chaŋ tiŋ shɛŋa dindaa lɛbigiri Laribu ni Umyyads.

Tin kpan kura din be Dead Cities wuhiri dini daa yi pagan kurili saha Roman Empire ni n labi Byzantine Christianity.

Dead Cities maa daa nyɛla dini sabi shɛli ni di nyɛ UNESCO World Heritage Site yuuni 2011 ni,ka di zaŋ " Ancient Villages of Northern Syria" tili.[1]

Poi ka Syrian Civil War maa daa tuhi, luɣa pam daa nyɛla niribi ni too chɛni shɛli ka tom ka dini, dead cities maa pam daa nyɛla dini dini gbibi shɛli viɛnyɛla ka ban go n kana nyɛ ban ni daa too chaŋ di shɛŋa ni ka di ka biɛhim biɛɣu, amaa di shɛŋa paabu daa naan niŋ tom di yi niŋ ka niri chɛni li ka ka ŋun/ din yɛn wuhi soli( soli wuhibu kundu, Abdullah Hadjar ni sabi shɛli ka di mali map din che ka luɣi shɛŋa niribi ni bi mi nyɛbu bi to; Church of St. Simeon Stylites ni mɛbu mɛbu shɛŋa din daa be Mountains of Simeon Halaqa

Archeological Sites/ Kurumbuni binkura baŋsim shee

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Dead cities ni kurumbuni binkura baŋsim shɛhi din be Limestone Massif n- nyɛ Church of Saint Simeon Stylites, Serjilla, Bara, Basufan, Barisha, Qalb Loze, Barad, Cyrrhus, Turmanin, Banabil, Kafr Aruq, Kafr Dariyan, Babuline, Hazarin, Jarada, Maghara, Shinan, Farkya, Ein Laruz, Ebla, Deir Sunbul, Al-Dana, Sarmada ni Al-Dana.[2][3]

Name
Image Coordinates Governorate Notes
Barad
(Arabic: براد‎)
36°23′8″N 36°53′57″E / 36.38556°N 36.89917°E / 36.38556; 36.89917 (Barad, Syria) Aleppo An ancient settlement, located 32 km (20 mi) west of Aleppo, has many old basilicas; for example, the Saint Julianus Maronite monastery (399-402 AD) where the shrine of Saint Maron is located, and a basilica at the northern part of the village built in 561.
Barjaka or Burj Suleiman village
(Arabic: برجكة‎)
36°19′25.80″N 36°53′35.71″E / 36.3238333°N 36.8932528°E / 36.3238333; 36.8932528 (Barjaka) Aleppo Located 26 km (16 mi) northwest of Aleppo. The site has remnants of an old hermit tower and a well-preserved chapel from the 6th century.
Basufan
(Arabic: باصوفان‎)
36°20′26.69″N 36°52′33.11″E / 36.3407472°N 36.8758639°E / 36.3407472; 36.8758639 (Basufan) Aleppo
Batuta
(Arabic: بطوطة‎)
36°18′21″N 36°53′14″E / 36.30583°N 36.88722°E / 36.30583; 36.88722 (Batuta) Aleppo Village founded in the 4th century CE. By the 6th century, it had two churches and more than twelve other stone buildings.
Baziher
(Arabic: بازيهر‎)
36°19′7″N 36°52′29″E / 36.31861°N 36.87472°E / 36.31861; 36.87472 (Baziher) Aleppo
Benastur Monastery
(Arabic: بنستور‎)
36°18′12.00″N 36°55′23.00″E / 36.3033333°N 36.9230556°E / 36.3033333; 36.9230556 (Benastur) Aleppo
Churches of Sheikh Suleiman village
(Arabic: كنائس شيخ سليمان‎)
36°16′24.00″N 36°54′36.00″E / 36.2733333°N 36.9100000°E / 36.2733333; 36.9100000 (Sheikh Suleiman) Aleppo Located 28 km (17 mi) west of Aleppo, is notable for its three ancient churches: a ruined church located at the centre of the village, a well-preserved southern basilica which was built in 602, and the Church of the Virgin Mary which belongs to the late fifth century and is considered one of the most beautiful churches in northern Syria.[4] There is a hermit tower in the northern side of the village.
Church of Saint Simeon Stylites (Deir Semaan)
(Arabic: دير سمعان‎)
36°19′35.00″N 36°50′01.00″E / 36.3263889°N 36.8336111°E / 36.3263889; 36.8336111 (Deir Semaan) Aleppo One of the most celebrated ecclesiastical monuments in Syria and among the oldest standing Christian churches in the world. It is located about 35 km (22 mi) northwest of Aleppo.
Cyrrhus
(Arabic: سيروس – نبي هوري‎)
36°44′39″N 36°57′33″E / 36.74417°N 36.95917°E / 36.74417; 36.95917 (Cyrrhus) Aleppo An ancient city located 65 km (40 mi) north of Aleppo, is the site of Saints Cosmas and Damian Church (commonly known as Nabi Houri church), as well as a Roman amphitheatre and two old Roman bridges.
Deir Amman churches
(Arabic: دير عمان‎)
36°12′8″N 36°49′18″E / 36.20222°N 36.82167°E / 36.20222; 36.82167 (Deir Amman) Aleppo
Deir Mishmish Church
(Arabic: كنيسة دير مشمش‎)
36°27′47″N 36°55′1″E / 36.46306°N 36.91694°E / 36.46306; 36.91694 (Deir Mishmish) Aleppo
Deir Turmanin
(Arabic: دير ترمانين‎)
36°14′30″N 36°49′24″E / 36.24167°N 36.82333°E / 36.24167; 36.82333 (Deir Turmanin) Idlib The ruins of the Byzantine monastery of Deir Turmanin are built around a paved courtyard containing two cisterns, a sarcophagus and several tombs. They include a building that housed the monks' dormitories, and the large basilica built around 480 AD.
Fafertin Church
(Arabic: كنيسة فافرتين‎)
36°19′13.79″N 36°54′26.41″E / 36.3204972°N 36.9073361°E / 36.3204972; 36.9073361 (Fafertin) Aleppo A half-ruined Late Roman basilica dates to 372 AD; it is located 22 km (14 mi) northwest of Aleppo. According to the Aleppine historian Abdallah Hajjar, Fafertin Basilica is among the oldest dated churches in the world.[5]
Kafr Kira settlement in Burj Heidar village
(Arabic: كفر كيرا في برج حيدر‎)
West Church, Burj Haidar (برج حيدر), Syria - Nave colonnades, view from southwest 36°20′36.05″N 36°54′09.08″E / 36.3433472°N 36.9025222°E / 36.3433472; 36.9025222 (Kafr Kira) Aleppo Located 24 km (15 mi) northwest of Aleppo, has many half-ruined Christian structures dating back to the fourth and sixth centuries.
Kafr Lab
(Arabic: كفر لاب‎)
36°20′08.09″N 36°53′26.79″E / 36.3355806°N 36.8907750°E / 36.3355806; 36.8907750 (Kafr Lab) Aleppo
Kafr Lusein
(Arabic: كفر لوسين‎)
36°15′19.88″N 36°42′42.03″E / 36.2555222°N 36.7116750°E / 36.2555222; 36.7116750 (Kafr Lusein) Aleppo
Kafr Nabu
(Arabic: كفر نابو‎)

36°21′36.54″N 36°54′28.88″E / 36.3601500°N 36.9080222°E / 36.3601500; 36.9080222 (Kafr Nabu)

Aleppo Located 29 km (18 mi) west of Aleppo, is an Assyrian settlement of the ninth century BC and the site of a Roman temple which was converted into a church. There are also well-preserved residential buildings from the fifth and sixth centuries.
Kalota Castle and churches
(Arabic: كالوطة‎)
East Church, Kalota, Syria - Nave looking east 36°21′18.22″N 36°56′33.51″E / 36.3550611°N 36.9426417°E / 36.3550611; 36.9426417 (Kalota) Aleppo Located 20 km northwest of Aleppo. The castle was originally built as a Roman temple during the 2nd century AD. After converting to Christianity, the temple was turned into a basilica within the 5th century.[6] As a result of the wars between the Hamadanids and the Byzantine Empire, the church was turned into a castle during the 10th century.[7] There are two well-preserved churches near the castle: the eastern church built in 492 and the western church of the 6th century.
Kharab Shams Basilica
(Arabic: خرب شمس‎)
36°20′22.0″N 36°56′34.0″E / 36.339444°N 36.942778°E / 36.339444; 36.942778 (Kharab Shams Basilica) Aleppo One of the oldest best-preserved Christian structures in the Levant dates to the fourth century CE.[8] The Byzantine church is located 21 km (13 mi) northwest of Aleppo.
Kimar, near Basuta village
(Arabic: كيمار‎)
East Church, Kimar, Syria - View of apse from west 36°25′25.3″N 36°53′45.4″E / 36.423694°N 36.895944°E / 36.423694; 36.895944 (Kimar) Aleppo Located 35 km (22 mi) northwest of Aleppo, is a fifth-century CE village of the Late Roman and Byzantine eras; it has many well-preserved churches, towers and old water cisterns.
Mushabbak Basilica
(Arabic: المشبك‎)
36°15′17.00″N 36°53′01.00″E / 36.2547222°N 36.8836111°E / 36.2547222; 36.8836111 (Mushabbak Basilica) Aleppo A well-preserved church from the second half of the fifth century (around 470), is located 25 km (16 mi) west of Aleppo, near the town of Daret A'zzeh.
Qatura
(Arabic: قاطورة‎)
36°18′02.71″N 36°49′48.34″E / 36.3007528°N 36.8300944°E / 36.3007528; 36.8300944 (Qatura) Aleppo
Refade
(Arabic: رفادة‎)
36°18′57″N 36°49′19″E / 36.31583°N 36.82194°E / 36.31583; 36.82194 (Refade) Idlib
Sargible
(Arabic: سرجبلا‎)
36°14′17″N 36°42′59″E / 36.23806°N 36.71639°E / 36.23806; 36.71639 (Sargible) Idlib
Set al-Roum
(Arabic: ست الروم‎)
36°18′37″N 36°50′3″E / 36.31028°N 36.83417°E / 36.31028; 36.83417 (Set al-Roum) Aleppo
Sheikh Barakat
(Arabic: الشيخ بركات‎)
36°16′40″N 36°49′18″E / 36.27778°N 36.82167°E / 36.27778; 36.82167 (Sheikh Barakat) Aleppo
Sinkhar historic settlement
(Arabic: سنخار‎)
36°17′52.00″N 36°54′30.00″E / 36.2977778°N 36.9083333°E / 36.2977778; 36.9083333 (Sinhar) Aleppo Locally known as Simkhar, is located 24 km (15 mi) northwest of Aleppo in an isolated valley. The village was inhabited between the second and seventh centuries. Its Basilica is among the oldest churches in Syria and dates back to the fourth century, while the nearby chapel is sixth century.
Sugane village
(Arabic: صوغانة‎)
36°26′11.5″N 36°55′40.0″E / 36.436528°N 36.927778°E / 36.436528; 36.927778 (Sugane) Aleppo Located 40 km (25 mi) northwest of Aleppo, is home to two half-ruined churches and old water cisterns.
Surqaniya village
(Arabic: سرقانيا‎)
6th c. CE Church, Surqaniya (سرقانيا), Syria - South and west façades 36°18′59.00″N 36°54′02.00″E / 36.3163889°N 36.9005556°E / 36.3163889; 36.9005556 (Surqanya) Aleppo Located 23 km (14 mi) northwest of Aleppo, preserves the remains of an old Byzantine settlement with a half-ruined sixth-century chapel.
Taladah Church and Monastery
(Arabic: تل عادة‎)
36°15′5″N 36°48′4″E / 36.25139°N 36.80111°E / 36.25139; 36.80111 (Taladah) Idlib
Taqla
(Arabic: تقلا‎)
36°19′09.96″N 36°50′51.03″E / 36.3194333°N 36.8475083°E / 36.3194333; 36.8475083 (Taqla) Aleppo
Zarzita
(Arabic: زرزيتا‎)
Tower and porch, Zarzita (زرزيتا), Syria - View from southwest 36°17′34.24″N 36°48′03.48″E / 36.2928444°N 36.8009667°E / 36.2928444; 36.8009667 (Zarzita) Aleppo

Harim Mountains (Mount Bārīshā and Mount Aʻlā)

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Name
Image Coordinates Governorate Notes
al-Breij
(Arabic: البريج‎)
36°11′58.26″N 36°40′52.24″E / 36.1995167°N 36.6811778°E / 36.1995167; 36.6811778 (al-Breij) Idlib
al-Kfeir
(Arabic: الكفير‎)
36°11′13.52″N 36°34′03.64″E / 36.1870889°N 36.5676778°E / 36.1870889; 36.5676778 (al-Kfeir) Idlib Located in the mountainous region of Mount Aʻlā, less than two kilometers from Qalb Loze
Bab Al-Hawa
(Arabic: باب الهوا‎)
36°12′19.42″N 36°43′31.37″E / 36.2053944°N 36.7253806°E / 36.2053944; 36.7253806 (Bab Al-Hawa) Idlib Located 50 km (31 mi) west of Aleppo on the Turkish border, is the site of several fourth-century churches and a well-preserved historical gate from the sixth century AD.
Babisqa
(Arabic: بابسقا‎)
36°12′53.17″N 36°41′23.17″E / 36.2147694°N 36.6897694°E / 36.2147694; 36.6897694 (Babisqa) Idlib
Bamuqa
(Arabic: باموقا‎)
36°12′02.23″N 36°38′18.40″E / 36.2006194°N 36.6384444°E / 36.2006194; 36.6384444 (Bamuqa) Idlib
Banabil
(Arabic: بنابل‎)
36°12′01.99″N 36°33′41.31″E / 36.2005528°N 36.5614750°E / 36.2005528; 36.5614750 (Banabil) Idlib
Banqusa
(Arabic: بانقوسا‎)
36°5′54″N 36°37′36″E / 36.09833°N 36.62667°E / 36.09833; 36.62667 (Banqusa) Idlib
Baqirha
(Arabic: باقرحا‎)
36°12′22.91″N 36°39′35.87″E / 36.2063639°N 36.6599639°E / 36.2063639; 36.6599639 (Baqirha) Idlib
Barisha
(Arabic: باريشا‎)
36°09′58″N 36°38′10″E / 36.16611°N 36.63611°E / 36.16611; 36.63611 (Barisha) Idlib
Barish al-Shamali
(Arabic: باريش الشمالي‎)
36°11′00.37″N 36°34′50.53″E / 36.1834361°N 36.5807028°E / 36.1834361; 36.5807028 (Barish al-Shamali) Idlib
Bashkuh
(Arabic: باشكوح‎)
36°11′39.76″N 36°37′54.20″E / 36.1943778°N 36.6317222°E / 36.1943778; 36.6317222 (Bashkuh) Idlib
Bashmishli
(Arabic: باشمشلي‎)

36°11′44″N 36°35′37″E / 36.19556°N 36.59361°E / 36.19556; 36.59361 (Bashmishli)

Idlib
Bauda
(Arabic: بعودا‎)
36°12′54.63″N 36°41′51.14″E / 36.2151750°N 36.6975389°E / 36.2151750; 36.6975389 (Bauda, North) Idlib Located just a few kilometers from the Turkish border on the far northeastern edge of Jebel Barisha.
Behyo
(Arabic: بحيو‎)
36°09′09.10″N 36°34′45.24″E / 36.1525278°N 36.5792333°E / 36.1525278; 36.5792333 (Behyo) Idlib Village in northwestern Syria, built in the 5th and 6th centuries. Archaeological remains include two churches, olive presses, villas and other dwellings.
Beitar
(Arabic: بيتر‎)

36°11′35.73″N 36°34′50.01″E / 36.1932583°N 36.5805583°E / 36.1932583; 36.5805583 (Beitar)

Idlib
Beshandlaya
(Arabic: بشندلايا‎)
36°08′37.80″N 36°33′24.21″E / 36.1438333°N 36.5567250°E / 36.1438333; 36.5567250 (Bshendlaya - Rashadiya) Idlib
Binsira
(Arabic: بنصرة‎)
36°1′1″N 36°25′13″E / 36.01694°N 36.42028°E / 36.01694; 36.42028 (Binsira) Idlib
Burj Aizarara
(Arabic: برج عيزارارا‎)
36°08′48.18″N 36°40′33.54″E / 36.1467167°N 36.6759833°E / 36.1467167; 36.6759833 (Burj Aizarara) Idlib
Dahis
(Arabic: داحس‎)

36°10′49.06″N 36°37′48.84″E / 36.1802944°N 36.6302333°E / 36.1802944; 36.6302333 (Dahis)

Idlib
Dana
(Arabic: الدانا‎)
36°12′47″N 36°46′14″E / 36.21306°N 36.77056°E / 36.21306; 36.77056 (Dana, North) Idlib Located north of Idlib, 38 kilometers west of Aleppo, and just east of the border with Turkey.
Deirouni
(Arabic: ديروني‎)
Monastery, Deirouni (ديروني), Syria - West and south façades of chapel 36°12′40.19″N 36°39′36.82″E / 36.2111639°N 36.6602278°E / 36.2111639; 36.6602278 (Deirouni) Idlib
Deir Qeita
(Arabic: دير قيتا‎)
36°12′54.43″N 36°39′57.35″E / 36.2151194°N 36.6659306°E / 36.2151194; 36.6659306 (Deir Qeita) Idlib
Deir Seita
(Arabic: دير سيتا‎)
36°06′01.23″N 36°38′40.67″E / 36.1003417°N 36.6446306°E / 36.1003417; 36.6446306 (Deir Seita) Idlib
Fasuq
(Arabic: الفاسوق‎)
36°1′6″N 36°27′5″E / 36.01833°N 36.45139°E / 36.01833; 36.45139 (Fasuq) Idlib
Kafr Aqab
(Arabic: كفر عقاب‎)
36°1′54″N 36°26′47″E / 36.03167°N 36.44639°E / 36.03167; 36.44639 (Kafr Aqab) Idlib
Kafr Aruq
(Arabic: كفر عروق‎)
36°7′14″N 36°39′21″E / 36.12056°N 36.65583°E / 36.12056; 36.65583 (Kafr Aruq) Idlib
Kafr Dariyan
(Arabic: كفر دريان‎)
36°10′18.00″N 36°40′11.00″E / 36.1716667°N 36.6697222°E / 36.1716667; 36.6697222 (Kafr Dariyan) Idlib
Khirbet al-Khatib
(Arabic: خربة الخطيب‎)
36°12′49″N 36°38′17″E / 36.21361°N 36.63806°E / 36.21361; 36.63806 (Khirbet al-Khatib) Idlib
Kseibjeh
(Arabic: كسيبجة‎)
36°12′30″N 36°42′20″E / 36.20833°N 36.70556°E / 36.20833; 36.70556 (Kseibjeh) Idlib
Kukaniyeh
(Arabic: كوكانية‎)
36°06′53.12″N 36°36′24.74″E / 36.1147556°N 36.6068722°E / 36.1147556; 36.6068722 (Kukaniyeh) Idlib
Ma'suratah
(Arabic: معصراتة‎)
36°9′46″N 36°33′4″E / 36.16278°N 36.55111°E / 36.16278; 36.55111 (Ma'suratah) Idlib
Maaz
(Arabic: ماعز‎)
36°08′44.69″N 36°40′01.46″E / 36.1457472°N 36.6670722°E / 36.1457472; 36.6670722 (Maaz) Idlib
Qalb Loze
(Arabic: قلب لوزة‎)
36°10′9″N 36°34′50″E / 36.16917°N 36.58056°E / 36.16917; 36.58056 (Qalb Loze) Idlib
Qarqbizeh
(Arabic: قرقبيزة‎)
36°10′30.29″N 36°35′07.93″E / 36.1750806°N 36.5855361°E / 36.1750806; 36.5855361 (Qarqbizeh) Idlib
Sarfud
(Arabic: صرفود‎)
36°11′11.70″N 36°41′17.99″E / 36.1865833°N 36.6883306°E / 36.1865833; 36.6883306 (Sarfud) Idlib
Sarmada
(Arabic: سرمدا‎)
36°10′57.48″N 36°43′52.38″E / 36.1826333°N 36.7312167°E / 36.1826333; 36.7312167 (Sarmada) Idlib
Name
Image Coordinates Governorate Notes
al-Dana
(Arabic: الدانا‎)
35°42′12.84″N 36°41′15.75″E / 35.7035667°N 36.6877083°E / 35.7035667; 36.6877083 (al-Dana, South) Idlib A modern village on far eastern edge of Jebel al-Zawiyeh and Jebel Riha.
Babuline
(Arabic: بابولين‎)

35°32′16″N 36°40′43″E / 35.53778°N 36.67861°E / 35.53778; 36.67861 (Babuline)

Idlib
Bara
(Arabic: بارة‎)
35°41′17.42″N 36°31′51.34″E / 35.6881722°N 36.5309278°E / 35.6881722; 36.5309278 (Bara, Syria) Idlib
Bashila
(Arabic: بشيلا‎)
35°39′19.68″N 36°31′34.92″E / 35.6554667°N 36.5263667°E / 35.6554667; 36.5263667 (Bashila) Idlib
Batrasa
(Arabic: بترسا‎)
35°39′56.15″N 36°32′38.82″E / 35.6655972°N 36.5441167°E / 35.6655972; 36.5441167 (Batrasa) Idlib
Bauda
(Arabic: بعودا‎)

35°40′13.78″N 36°34′08.50″E / 35.6704944°N 36.5690278°E / 35.6704944; 36.5690278 (Bauda, South)

Idlib Located on the side of the road between the two major sites of Bara and Serjilla.
Deir Sunbul
(Arabic: دير سنبل‎)
35°41′52.21″N 36°36′14.35″E / 35.6978361°N 36.6039861°E / 35.6978361; 36.6039861 (Deir Sunbul, Idlib) Idlib
Dellozeh
(Arabic: دللوزة‎)
35°41′45.52″N 36°34′57.04″E / 35.6959778°N 36.5825111°E / 35.6959778; 36.5825111 (Dellozeh) Idlib
Ebla
(Arabic: ابلا‎)

35°47′52.8″N 36°47′52.8″E / 35.798000°N 36.798000°E / 35.798000; 36.798000 (Ebla)

Idlib One of the earliest kingdoms in Syria. Its remains constitute a tell located about 55 km (34 mi) southwest of Aleppo near the village of Mardikh.
Ein Laruz
(Arabic: عين لاروز‎)
35°41′1″N 36°26′24″E / 35.68361°N 36.44000°E / 35.68361; 36.44000 (Ein Laruz) Idlib
Farkya
(Arabic: فركيا‎)
35°43′26.84″N 36°36′02.49″E / 35.7241222°N 36.6006917°E / 35.7241222; 36.6006917 (Farkya) Idlib
Hazarin
(Arabic: حزارين‎)
35°35′56″N 36°31′39″E / 35.59889°N 36.52750°E / 35.59889; 36.52750 (Hazarin) Idlib
Jarada
(Arabic: جرادة‎)
35°43′26.43″N 36°42′56.05″E / 35.7240083°N 36.7155694°E / 35.7240083; 36.7155694 (Jarada) Idlib
Maghara
(Arabic: مغارة‎)
35°44′03.43″N 36°35′12.27″E / 35.7342861°N 36.5867417°E / 35.7342861; 36.5867417 (Maghara) Idlib
Majliya
(Arabic: مجليا‎)
35°40′17.26″N 36°32′28.87″E / 35.6714611°N 36.5413528°E / 35.6714611; 36.5413528 (Majliya) Idlib
Mozra
(Arabic: الموزرة‎)
35°39′23″N 36°26′22″E / 35.65639°N 36.43944°E / 35.65639; 36.43944 (Mozra) Idlib
Qasr al-Banat
(Arabic: قصر البنات‎)
35°42′33.97″N 36°41′06.35″E / 35.7094361°N 36.6850972°E / 35.7094361; 36.6850972 (Qasr al-Banat) Idlib
Rabiaa
(Arabic: ربيعة‎)
35°39′19.62″N 36°34′48.88″E / 35.6554500°N 36.5802444°E / 35.6554500; 36.5802444 (Rabiaa) Idlib
Ruweiha
(Arabic: رويحة‎)
35°44′16.88″N 36°41′41.57″E / 35.7380222°N 36.6948806°E / 35.7380222; 36.6948806 (Ruweiha) Idlib
Serjilla
(Arabic: سرجيلا‎)
35°40′17.55″N 36°35′05.51″E / 35.6715417°N 36.5848639°E / 35.6715417; 36.5848639 (Serjilla) Idlib
Shinan
(Arabic: شنان‎)
35°44′7″N 36°36′42″E / 35.73528°N 36.61167°E / 35.73528; 36.61167 (Shinan) Idlib
Shinshirah
(Arabic: شنشراح‎)
35°38′24.88″N 36°34′08.41″E / 35.6402444°N 36.5690028°E / 35.6402444; 36.5690028 (Shinshirah) Idlib
Wadi Martahun
(Arabic: وادي مرتحون‎)
35°40′30.13″N 36°30′55.15″E / 35.6750361°N 36.5153194°E / 35.6750361; 36.5153194 (Wadi Martahun) Idlib

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