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The Temple of Bel Arabic also known as the Temple of

The Temple of Bel Arabic also known as the Temple of

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Figure 4: Palmyra, Temple of Bel (foreground) and Qalaat Shirkuh (background

Remains of columns and walls at the courtyard. The temple ...

The History Of The Temple of Bel

Palmyra - The Temple of Bel

... Temple of Bel | by Arian Zwegers

(above) Front view of the ...

Surroundings: Patrician Houses Three priests Temple of ...

Surroundings: Patrician Houses Three priests Temple of ...

Photographer Teo Jioshvili's trip to Syria in 2010 saw her capture the magnificent Temple of Bel

Surroundings: Patrician Houses Three priests Temple of ...

The Temple of Bel, also known as the Temple of Baal, was an ancient temple located in Palmyra, Syria. The temple, consecrated to the Mesopotamian god ...

... 302 Temple of Bel before its destruction in August 2015, Palmyra - Syria | by

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The Temple's fortified gate and its exterior walls survived the destruction

The ancient Temple of Bel in Palmyra, Syria, June 11, 2009. ISIS

The Temple of Bel, Palmyra

UN confirms destruction of ancient Temple of Bel in Palmyra, Syria | News | DW | 31.08.2015

Surroundings: Patrician Houses Three priests Temple of ...

Surroundings: Patrician Houses Three priests Temple of ...

Columns in the inner court of the temple

The Temple of Bel split screen. Arc/k Project

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Bel or Ba'al or Baal temple, roman ruins and archaeological site in the desert · Ancient Roman time town in Palmyra (Tadmor), Syria. Greco-Roman &

Surroundings: Patrician Houses Three priests Temple of ...

Surroundings: Patrician Houses Three priests Temple of ...

ISIS continues to destroy Syria' ...

The Temple of Bel (above) was one of the most prominent structures in the

Palmyra (Arabic: تدمر Tadmor ) was in

Everything was on track for reproductions of the giant 48-foot-tall arch that

... Temple of Baal or Bel | by Dave Redman pics

Arch at the Temple of Bel

A general view shows graffiti on a stone reading in Arabic: "Shooting without the

Syrian Army soldiers at the ruins of the Temple of Bel after retaking the destroyed ancient

Digital reconstruction of the Temple of Bel from the New Palmyra project.

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Palmyra, the temple of Bel.

The Temple of Bel in Palmyra before the occupation by ISIS. Image © Flickr User

Remains of the temple of Baal, in Palmyra (Tadmor in Arabic) is in

Temple of Bel.

The history of the temple of bel

The ancient wonders inside Palmyra that ISIS will destroy or sell. The TemplePalmyraMiddle ...

“The Temple of Bel in Palmyra, the main shrine taken from the southwest”, credit to Ross Burns www.monumentsofsyria.com

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Palmyra - Temple of Bel

Archaeological Site of Palmyra: Temple of Bel - Palmyra, Syria

... Bel or Ba'al temple (Baal temple), roman ruins and archaeological site

The remains of the entrance to the iconic Temple of Bel, destroyed by ISIS jihadists

temple of bel palmyra (Syria)

After: Just a single arch remains after Islamic State filled the temple with explosives and

Relief at the courtyard of the temple showing detailed ornaments and depictions of Palmyrene war deities

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Temple of Bel. Ruins of the ancient city of Palmyra on syrian desert (shortly

The Temple of Bel

Palmyra, Syria

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Site of Palmyra (Syrian Arab Republic) © Silvan Rehfeld

Temple Of Bel In The Ancient Roman city of Palmyra, Syria; Ancient Roman time town in Palmyra (Tadmor), Syria. Greco-Roman &

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... The temple of Bel in Palmyra Syria - Stock Photo

Temple of Bel

The Temple of Bel in Palmyra before the occupation by ISIS. Image © Flickr User

U.S. may deploy many more special forces to Syria, officials say Syrian soldiers stand on the ruins of the Temple of Bel ...

This 2004 photo shows the view between the columns and the temple wall, where some

ISIS militants battered Syria's ancient Palmyra, but signs of splendor still stand

syria- roman ruins are very common in the Arab world, Tunisia has some of

This Monday, August 31, 2015 satellite image provided by UNITAR-UNOSAT shows damage

Temple of Baal to Be Erected in NYC, London, and Hundreds of Other Cities image. The Temple of Bel (Arabic: معبد بل ), also known ...

Smoke rises from the detonation of the 2,000-year-old temple of Baal Shamin

Bel or Ba'al temple (Baal temple), roman ruins and archaeological site

Louvre Museum in ...

Satellite images confirm destruction of famed temple in Syria's Palmyra: UN

Temple of Bel, south side with clear view of the Pilaster columns

Photograph from Gertrude Bell Archive: People standing outside a house in a courtyard in Palmyra

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Ruins of Palmyra, Syria

The Temple of Bel

The Temple of Bel in Palmyra before the occupation by ISIS. Image © Flickr User

Images of the Roman temple in the ancient city of Palmyra, before it was destroyed by members of the Islamic State

Colonnade at Temple of Bel in the ancient site of Palmyra, Syria - Stock Photo

A combination of images shows a file photo (top) taken on March 14,

Figure 3: Palmyra, tetrapylon (photo by Tate Paulette, 2005)

Cella: interior and main/northern niche

Interior, Temple of Bel, looking towards the North Adyton of the Cella

<strong>Before:</strong> The ruins of the 2,000

Center of Bel The Temple of Baal (Arabic: معبد بل ) is an ancient stone ruin located in Palmyra, Syria. The temple, consecrated to the Semitic godBaal, ...

Columns of the portico surrounding the Temple of Bel

Temple of Baal, Palmyra, photographed before the Syrian civil war. IS attempted to destroy the temple this week, according to reports (Jerzy Wierzbicki)

detail of ceiling of temple of Temple of Bel, Palmyra, Syria

The Temple of Bel in Palmyra before the occupation by ISIS. Image © Flickr User

They told of riches, romance and courage produced by a brilliant Arab civilization which flowered for a short period before being snuffed out by the legions ...

Most of the ruins are well-preserved (for being from 1 AD), but some of the ruins have become a column graveyard