Hellenistic-era burial chamber found in Syria

Published on February 23rd, 2011 | by Admin


A burial chamber dating back to the Hellenistic period has been unearthed in Apamea, Syria.

The burial chamber, which was discovered during maintenance work in the historic city of Apamea, contains 6 graves dug into the earth, one of which contains pottery fragments from a cone-shaped burial urn.

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Story: SANA | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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