Hadad and Atargatis at Palmyra

@article{Rostovtzeff1933HadadAA,
  title={Hadad and Atargatis at Palmyra},
  author={M. Rostovtzeff},
  journal={American Journal of Archaeology},
  year={1933},
  volume={37},
  pages={58 - 63}
}
  • M. Rostovtzeff
  • Published 1 January 1933
  • History
  • American Journal of Archaeology
ONE of the most interesting results of the last German expedition to Palmyra (1917) was the discovery by Prof. Th. Wiegand of the foundations and of some architectural fragments of a hitherto unknown large and beautiful temple to the south of the main street of Palmyra and to the east of the theatre. The architectural features of the temple have been adequately described by Wiegand and Wulzinger. They believe the temple to belong to the early second century A.D., while Wiegand points out some… 
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