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Italian archaeologists under the direction of Paolo Matthiae discovered Ebla in 1964. More than 17.000 clay tablets have been excavated; they testify the political, economic, and military relations of the civilizations of that time in a Sumerian dialect. 

As Ebla has not yet been completely excavated, you may watch excavation works and get an excellent insight into the work of archaeologists.

 

It is supposed that Ebla was, along with Mari and Ugarit, one of Syria's mighty city-states in the late third century BC or even the capital of a North Syrian Empire. The city is surrounded by a wall with four town-gates.

 

 

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