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Tell Shair

located 20 km east of Qamishlo and it›s one of the important ancient sites , the beginnings of settlement in the site dating back to the sixth millennium B.C .. the site is in good situation , Except of the excavations influenced by weather factors . The Excavations in the site began in 2006 by Syrian mission under management of ... Read More »

Tell arbid

located 26 km southwest of Qamishlo city and it›s one of the important ancient sites during the third millennium B.C, the beginnings of the settlement in the site return to the fifth millennium B.C . the Excavations have been affected by the weather conditions ……..   Read More »

Tell Khazna

located 52 km southwest of Qamishlo and it›s one of the most religious ancient sites in the third millennium B.C , the beginnings of settlement at the site date back to the late fifth millennium B.C . the site is in good situation , except of the excavations have been affected by the weather factors also stealing mission house contents. ... Read More »

Tell Halaf

located 105 km west of Qamishlo it›s one of most important sites during the Chalcolithic period , also it›s the oldest area in the human cultural history . Read More »

Tell Hamidia

located 36 km south of Qamishlo city , the site was one of most important sites during the second millennium B.C .The beginnings of settlement in the site date back to the late third millennium B.C . the site has been subjected to bulldozing and digging a trenches also the mission house stolen and destroyed . the excavations in the ... Read More »

Tell Fecheriye

located 100 km west of Qamishlo it›s one of most important and big sites in northern of Mesopotamia it was a capital of the greatest empire (Al hurrian Almitanian empire ) Read More »

Tell Al Hasaka

located in the city itself , it›s one of the important archaeological mounds because of its strategical location , the site has constituted a knot for trading and military transportations between north and south , the beginnings of settlement at the site date back to 1200 B.C . the site in good situation , but the excavations have been affected ... Read More »