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- Spatial Coverage is exactly "Babiska"
Doorway of house in center of town.
Pier of portico with Syriac graffito.
West wall of house built in quadrated and polygonal styles.
Church of St. Sergius (West Church), west portal with Greek inscription.
Church of St. Sergius (West Church), interior of east end and sanctuary, from west.
East Church, west end with arch leading into cloister.
East Church, interior looking toward apse, from west.
East Church, arched entrance to cloister with doorway inside and Greek insrciption.
East Church, baptistery, monumental doorway.
East Church, baptistery, monumental doorway, cast reproduction.
East Church, fluted capital.
Bazaar in south of town with two-story portico and stone roof.
Bazaar in north of town with two-story portico and stone roof, from south.
Portico of stoa at center of town with Syriac inscription dated 536 AD, from south.
North side of street of bazaars, seen from the upper story of the southern half.
West end of large bath.
General view of baths from southwest.
Baths from south.
Small window with colonette, west part of town.
East Church, Greek inscription on fallen door lintel dated 390 AD, no. 1095.
Detail of inscribed lintel from the doorway of a house, no. 66 and 1094.
Balustrade panel in two-story stoa, detail of right side, Syriac inscription.
Balustrade panel in two-story stoa, detail of left side, Syriac inscription.
General view of town from Ksedjbeh.