Tell Abu Sabun
Tell Abu Sabun (Arabic: تل أبو صابون) is the site of an ancient necropolis of Homs, in Syria. A total of 22 tombs had been discovered before the greater part of this necropolis was made to disappear by 1952 in order to build a municipal stadium. Among the artifacts found in these tombs was the Emesa helmet.
- Seyrig 1952, p. 205.
- Seyrig, Henri (1952). "Antiquités Syriennes 53: Antiquités de la Nécropole d'Émèse (1re partie)". Syria. XXIX (3–4): 204–250. JSTOR 4390311. (in French)
- Seyrig, Henri (1953). "Antiquités Syriennes 53 (suite): Antiquités de la Nécropole d'Émèse". Syria. XXX (1–2): 12–50. (in French)
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