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New Archeological Discoveries in Apamea.

Hama, Central Syria,(SANA)- Roman Goddess of Fortune, Teca Temple, was discovered through identifying the foundations of the temple in the center of the city of Apamea.Belgian archeological mission finished its archeological work by discovering parts of the Hellenistic wall surrounding the western side of the city, old drainage channels in addition to Teca temple, Head of Apamea's Antiquities Department Abdul Wahab Abu Saleh said. He added that the mission worked on renovating a part of the Northern Roman bath near the gate of Antioch, rebuilding its arches restoring and pillaring its roofs. The mission also made a topographical survey to the area of the temple and developed plans to restore it. Rasha Milhem/Kh.Aridi

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Publication:Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)
Date:Sep 15, 2009
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