Side of the Ruins, Sirjilla

Side of the Ruins, Sirjilla

Reuse of a Byzantine building as a residence, Sirjilla

Reuse of a Byzantine building as a residence, Sirjilla

Gallery

Columns with Corinthian capitals in one of Sirjilla's buildings

Columns with Corinthian capitals in one of Sirjilla’s buildings

Sirjilla, two-storeyed andron

Sirjilla, two-storeyed andron

Sirjilla, two-storeyed andron

Sirjilla, two-storeyed andron

Remains of the facade of an building, Sirjilla

Remains of the facade of an building, Sirjilla

Two-storey villa, Sirjilla

Two-storey villa, Sirjilla

Sirjilla, andron, 5th c.

Sirjilla, andron, 5th c.

Remains of two-storey building, Sirjilla

Remains of two-storey building, Sirjilla

General view of the architectural remains, Sirjilla

General view of the architectural remains, Sirjilla

General view of the architectural remains, Sirjilla

General view of the architectural remains, Sirjilla

Sirjilla, large press (P.01, House 09, southern annexe)

Sirjilla, large press (P.01, House 09, southern annexe)

View over the late antique ruins of a residential building towards the modern small town of al-Bara

Al-Bara in the Zawiya Mountain – the Largest Ruined Settlement of the “Ancient Villages of Northern Syria”

General view al-Bara ruins

Destruction and Vandalism in the Ancient Villages of Northern Syria: Al-Husn Church, al-Bara

Hammam Bahram Basha, the dome of the inner part (juwwani)

The Public Hammam – an Ancient Syrian Tradition