Friday, November 23, 2007

Archaeologist Unearths Ancient Pagan Necropolis In Syria
Syrians have unearthed a 2nd century necropolis in the central town of Palymera. The find, along with statues and several skeletons is reveals how the early tribes of Arabia may have lived.

The inscriptions on a 75 centimeter (30 inch) by 60 centimeter (24 inch) sculptured panel discovered at the site, revealed that the cemetery most likely belonged to a wealthy pagan family and showed two people from the ancient town.