Khan Ujkhan، main entrance

Khan Ujkhan، main entrance

Carved and ornamented masonry, 1st category remains, in portal of Ujkhan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.18-b_securing fallen remains

Aleppo Built Heritage Documentation - Damage Mapping

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Aleppo Built Heritage Documentation - Damage Mapping

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Aleppo Built Heritage Documentation - Damage Mapping

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Rubble field of minaret: 3D scan from drone video, (screencapture from YouTube video), Great Umayyad Mosque of Aleppo

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Carved and ornamented stone, 1st category remains, from portal of Ujkhan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.18_1st category, carved and ornamented stone

Carved and ornamented stones, 1st category remains, from portal of Ujkhan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.18-c_Carved and ornamented stones

Al-Madrasa al-Hallawiyya, northern facade - marble plaque dated 1315 AH and sealed by the Sultan Abd al-Hamid Khan (Tughra)

Al-Madrasa al-Hallawiyya, northern facade – marble plaque dated 1315 AH and sealed by the Sultan Abd al-Hamid Khan (Tughra)

Suq Aslan Dada, reconstruction of northern entrance and eastern wall of Khan as-Sabun, view towards southwest

Suq Aslan Dada, reconstruction of northern entrance and eastern wall of Khan as-Sabun, view towards southwest

View from Qalat al-Mudhiq to the lower village and the Ottoman Khan in the Orontes plain

View from Qalat al-Mudhiq to the lower village and the Ottoman Khan in the Orontes plain

Suq Aslan Dada, general view of the reconstruciton of the suq and the eastern facade of Khan as-Sabun

Suq Aslan Dada, general view of the reconstruciton of the suq and the eastern facade of Khan as-Sabun

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Lower village of Afamiya with the museum in an Ottoman khan and village houses

Lower village of Afamiya with the museum in an Ottoman khan and village houses

Aleppo Built Heritage Documentation – Damage Mapping

Ablaq (bicolor) masonry, 2nd category remains, in portal of ʿUlabiyya Khan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.19_Ablaq masonry, 2nd category

In the Orontes valley below the village of Qalʿat al-Mudiq is situated a 16th c Khan, which has become a Museum

In the Orontes valley below the village of Qalʿat al-Mudiq is situated a 16th c Khan, which has become a Museum

Damage pattern, superficial fire traces on facade of limestone, Khan as-Sabun, Aleppo, Syria

Fig. 30, Catalogue of Damage

Damaged ablaq (bicolor) masonry, 2nd category remains, in portal of ʿUlabiyya Khan, Aleppo, Syria

Fig.25_damaged and loose remains

Khan Qurdbak, entrance- stone bench

Khan Qurdbak, entrance- stone bench

Khan Qurdbak, decoration details above a window in the iwan

Khan Qurdbak, decoration details above a window in the iwan

Khan Qurdbak, southern portico - Mamluk rank

Khan Qurdbak, southern portico – Mamluk rank

Khan Qurdbak, southern portico - Mamluk rank

Khan Qurdbak, southern portico – Mamluk rank

Khan Qurdbak, courtyard and eastern portico

Khan Qurdbak, courtyard and eastern portico

Khan Qurdbak, iwan of the Mamluk palace

Khan Qurdbak, iwan of the Mamluk palace

Khan Qurdbak, courtyard - southern and eastern porticos

Khan Qurdbak, courtyard – southern and eastern porticos

Khan Qurdbak, entrance - wooden door covered with iron

Khan Qurdbak, entrance – wooden door covered with iron

Khan Qurdbak, southern portico

Khan Qurdbak, southern portico

Aleppo: Khan al-Wazir, 17th C., interior facade

Aleppo: Khan al-Wazir, 17th C., interior facade

Khan Qurdbak, courtyard and iwan

Khan Qurdbak, courtyard and iwan