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Doorway with unusual lintel.

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Doorway of house in center of town.

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Pier of portico with Syriac graffito.

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West wall of house built in quadrated and polygonal styles.

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Church of St. Sergius (West Church), west portal with Greek inscription.

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Church of St. Sergius (West Church), interior of east end and sanctuary, from west.

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East Church, west end with arch leading into cloister.

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East Church, interior looking toward apse, from west.

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East Church, arched entrance to cloister with doorway inside and Greek insrciption.

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East Church, baptistery, monumental doorway.

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East Church, baptistery, monumental doorway, cast reproduction.

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East Church, fluted capital.

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Bazaar in south of town with two-story portico and stone roof.

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Bazaar in north of town with two-story portico and stone roof, from south.

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Portico of stoa at center of town with Syriac inscription dated 536 AD, from south.

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North side of street of bazaars, seen from the upper story of the southern half.

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West end of large bath.

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General view of baths from southwest.

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Baths from south.

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Small window with colonette, west part of town.

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East Church, Greek inscription on fallen door lintel dated 390 AD, no. 1095.

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Detail of inscribed lintel from the doorway of a house, no. 66 and 1094.

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Balustrade panel in two-story stoa, detail of right side, Syriac inscription.

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Balustrade panel in two-story stoa, detail of left side, Syriac inscription.

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General view of town from Ksedjbeh.