The ruins of “Tal Baidar” or what was formerly called “Napada” north of Hasakah city and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the basin of Khabour, dating back to 4400 years BC,
This site was discovered by means of the archaeological manuscripts found in Ibla where Napada is said to be located near Nakar city (currently Tel Brak) and after a long excavation from one of the joint Syrian-European missions, this site was discovered.
And after self-administration took over affairs in northern Syria. This administration was keen through the Committee on Antiquities and Tourism, to maintain such sites and restore them
Now, after two previous phases of restoration, the third stage of the restoration of these ruins began on Tuesday, which will be divided as the director of the Committee of Antiquities in Hasakah, “Adnan al-Bari,” to sections
So that the first section is the manufacture of clay slabs to build the walls behind of the archaeological walls to prevent them from collapsing and then complete the stage restoration of the effects by a mixture of several materials, including gypsum and mazar to give them hardness and to prevent water entering cracks.
It is worth mentioning European Mission was made up of students from Germany, Spain, Belgium and Italy and continued to work here from 1992 to 2010.
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