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Taladah (Arabic: تلعادة also spelled Tell Adah) is a village in Syria, administratively part of Idlib Governorate. Nearby localities include Turmanin to the southeast, al-Dana to the southwest and Darat Izza to the northeast. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Talaadah had a population of 5,599 in 2004.
Taladah contains a large Byzantine-era monastery celebrated until the Middle Ages. In 400 CE, St. Simeon Stylites started his ascetic career there. Taladah remained a relatively important Christian site following the Muslim conquest of Syria in the 630s. A Syriac inscription dating to 941 was discovered among the ruins. Taladah was captured by the Crusaders under Tancred in 1104.
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