Habuba Kabira, Interior of the last existing deepened house (debabe), which was later used only as storage space

Habuba Kabira, Interior of the last existing deepened house (debabe), which was later used only as storage space

Bayt Wakil (Aleppo-Zimmer), Painted wooden panel, Mary and Jesus

Bayt Wakil (Aleppo-Zimmer), Painted wooden panel, Mary and Jesus

View of wall in danger of collapse, after partial collapse of lower part in Bayt Ghazala (house), Aleppo, Syria

Fig.45-b_wall in danger of collapse

Geodetic grid application example for a courtyard and rooms with rubble, based on a plan of Bayt Ghazala, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.05_geodetic grid over rubble heap

Numbering application example for the courtyard floor into smaller sections, based on a plan of Bayt Ghazala, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.06_Bayt-Ghazala_room-02

Damage pattern, loose elements after partial collapse of a wall in a historic house, Dar al-Agha, Aleppo

Fig. 20, Catalogue of Damage

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Bayt Wakil (Aleppo-Zimmer), Painted wooden panel, Mary and Jesus

Bayt Wakil (Aleppo-Zimmer), Painted wooden panel, Mary and Jesus

Bayt Junblat, ground plan

Bayt Junblat, ground plan

Bayt Wakil (Aleppo-Zimmer), Painted wooden panel, Mary and Jesus

Bayt Wakil (Aleppo-Zimmer), Painted wooden panel, Mary and Jesus

Bayt Junblat, southern iwan, section east-west

Bayt Junblat, southern iwan, section east-west

Damascus, Khan Asʿad Basha al-ʿAzm, a wall topped with domes on pendentives

Damascus, Khan Asʿad Basha al-ʿAzm, a wall topped with domes on pendentives

Damascus, Khan Asʿad Basha al-ʿAzm, a view of the circular aperture in the roof and the fountain in the middle courtyard

Damascus, Khan Asʿad Basha al-ʿAzm, a view of the circular aperture in the roof and the fountain in the middle courtyard

Bayt Junblat, section drawing of the southern iwan of the inner courtyard (juwwani)

Bayt Junblat, section drawing of the southern iwan of the inner courtyard (juwwani)

‘ataba ceiling in the main courtyard, north wing of the Qasr al-‘Azm in Damascus, today known as the "Bride´s Room"

‘ataba ceiling in the main courtyard, north wing of the Qasr al-‘Azm in Damascus, today known as the “Bride´s Room”

Raqqa - "East of Raqqa" site - Tall Aswad – sherds

Raqqa – “East of Raqqa” site – Tall Aswad – sherds

Reuse of a Byzantine building as a residence, Sirjilla

Reuse of a Byzantine building as a residence, Sirjilla

Two-storey villa, Sirjilla

Two-storey villa, Sirjilla

Bayt Junblat, section drawing of the northern iwan

Bayt Junblat, section drawing of the northern iwan

Raqqa - "East of Raqqa" site - Tall Aswad – sherds

Raqqa – “East of Raqqa” site – Tall Aswad – sherds

A little boy from a resettlement village is drawing water from a tap embedded in the ground

A little boy from a resettlement village is drawing water from a tap embedded in the ground

Damascus, Khan Asʿad Basha al-ʿAzm, windows on the tambour of one of the domes

Damascus, Khan Asʿad Basha al-ʿAzm, windows on the tambour of one of the domes

Yabrud: Streetlife with shops and residential houses, townspeople and peasants

Yabrud: Streetlife with shops and residential houses, townspeople and peasants

Al-Madrasa az-Zahiriyya, view of the portico and the domes from outside

Al-Madrasa az-Zahiriyya, view of the portico and the domes from outside

Busra, Hammam Manjak, Islamic Museum

Busra, Hammam Manjak, Islamic Museum

Busra, Hammam Manjak, niche in the hot section

Busra, Hammam Manjak, niche in the hot section

Jamiʿ ash-Shuʿaybiyya, prayer hall

Jamiʿ ash-Shuʿaybiyya, prayer hall

Al-Madrasa az-Zahiriyya, general view of the courtyard and the colonnaded portico

Al-Madrasa az-Zahiriyya, general view of the courtyard and the colonnaded portico

Reception hall in al-ʿAzm Palace

Reception hall in al-ʿAzm Palace

The dome hall in the upper floor of Qasr al-ʿAzm (Palace)

The dome hall in the upper floor of Qasr al-ʿAzm (Palace)