Asia: Temples, Palaces - / Ain Dara

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The settlement of Ain Dara sits along the route from Aleppo to the Mediterranean coast in modern-day northwest Syria. The town, with a palace and elaborately decorated temple, existed from the 10-7th c. BC. This 10th c. temple typifies the plan commonly employed throughout the Bronze and Iron Age Levant (the eastern edge of the Mediterranean basin, from the second through the first half of the first millennium) from the mid- second millennium Shechem (in the hills north of Jerusalem, to Hazor (north of the Sea of Galilee) in the second half of the second millennium, to 8th c.


 

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