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New findings on the Byzantine necropolis Tell es-Sin in Syria

May 6, 2020 - General

A study published in the journal Bioarcheology of the Near East reveals the characteristics of the population that was buried in the Tell es-Sin necropolis, a Byzantine site dated between the 5th and 7th centuries that is located in Syria, on the left bank from the Euphrates River.
Tell es-Sin represents one of the most important necropolis from the Fertile Crescent
 to the Near East [Credit: University of Barcelona]

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