Tell Sabi Abyad

Tell Sabi Abyad

Tell Sabi is an archaeological site in the Balikh River valley in northern Syria. The site was first occupied between 5200 and 5100 BC during the Neolithic. The site includes remains of a massive structure called the "Fortress" were dated to the Middle Assyrian period between 1550 and 1250 BC.

Site Information

Country: Syria

District: Al-Raqqah Governorate

Site History: Sixth Millennium BC

Oldest Culture: Halaf Culture

Later Cultures: Assyrian

Site Features: Bronze Age Monuments

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