Jarf Al ahmar On the Euphrates river Aleppo Governorate

9200-8800 BC

Prehistory department Damascus Complete

length: 5,8 cm Width:3,6 cm Thickness: 1,1 cm


Black stone plate with incised surface, it’s small in size, engraved on both sides with inscriptions and symbolic drawings. The first face has a number of symbols: snake, scorpion, geometric figures such as circles and straight lines. The other side has multiple corners, each with a small hole that may symbolize people or livestock. Period: Pre-pottery Neolithic A/ PPNA

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