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Syrian Gallery

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Choose from 503 pictures in our Syrian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Syrian Desert, satellite image Featured Print

Syrian Desert, satellite image

Syrian Desert, satellite image. North is at top. Vegetation is red and dark green, while arid areas of sand and rock are light green and light blue. Water is blue. At centre is Jabal Sis, a huge extinct volcanic crater rising 100 metres above the surrounding plain. This area, part of the Syrian Desert, is in south-western Syria, near the border with Jordan. The water flow patterns on the landscape are evidence of seasonal flooding that supports the sparse vegetation in this area. The area shown in this image is around 100 kilometres wide. The image data includes infrared wavelengths, and was obtained on 6 November 2000, by the Landsat 7 satellite

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

The Crows Trap the Owls in Their Cave by Lighting a Fire at the Entrance and Fanning Featured Print

The Crows Trap the Owls in Their Cave by Lighting a Fire at the Entrance and Fanning

The Crows Trap the Owls in Their Cave by Lighting a Fire at the Entrance and Fanning it with Their Wings, Folio from a Kalila wa Dimna, 18th century

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Slab with Dromedary Rider, Tell Halaf, Northern Syria (limestone with red paint) Featured Print

Slab with Dromedary Rider, Tell Halaf, Northern Syria (limestone with red paint)

2657709 Slab with Dromedary Rider, Tell Halaf, Northern Syria (limestone with red paint) by Syrian School (10th Century BC); 64.7x41.9 cm; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA; (add.info.: More than two hundred such stone reliefs (called orthostats) decorated the faA┬žade of a temple-palace built in the 10th century BC by a local ruler named Kapara. He reused the blocks from one or more pre-existing structures and carved an inscription in cuneiform on each one that states, "Palace of Kapara, son of Hadianu." The blocks were placed so that limestone ones painted red alternated with others of black basalt.
There are traces of King Kapara's inscription on the top edge of the stone.); out of copyright

© Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA / Bridgeman Images