3D damage documentation at IBLA site completed
After the Syrian Arab Army liberated the archaeological site of EBLA from the hands of armed terrorist groups The Team of the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums completed the work of documenting the damage by using modern techniques and dropping illegal excavation shards on the map of the site and making a form for each hole
The results showed 133 craters distributed throughout the site.
It should be noted that the site was used by terrorist groups as their headquarters and this led to the destruction of many archaeological layers by digging tunnels in the area of Al-Sur and Akerbol and stealing what appeared of finds, artifacts and smuggling them across the Turkish border for sale in European markets
This work is part of the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums’ plan to account for and document the damage of archaeological heritage during the war against our country
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