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From Syrian Arab News Agency:
Ancient Temple Dating Back to Ninth Millennium B.C. Unearthed in Northern Syria Aleppo, north Syria, Sep. 30 (SANA)- The French-Syrian Archeological Mission for Excavations working at Ja’adat al-Maghara site in Manbej on River Euphrates in northern Syria unearthed a great temple dating back to the 9th millennium B.C. in Modern Stone Era, so far the most ancient discovery in Syria and the Middle East.
Head of the Mission French Archeological expert Eric Kiniou said the great temple consists of pieces of stones, bone appliances, walls decorated with geometrical shapes, in addition to an ox head with two horns in red, black and white colors still in their freshness. He said the ox painting indicates that this kind of animal was worshipped in that period.
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