Apamea is a ruined Roman city in modern Syria. Michael and Neathery Fuller took many student tour groups to the site as well as a tour group from the AIA.


AIA tour group at Apamea during January of 2010.

Roman relief of a horseman, Apamea.

Small portion of a Roman mosaic at Apamea.

Small portion of a Roman mosaic at Apamea.

Near the North Gate at Apamea.

Column lined street at Apamea.

Roman mosaics from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaics from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaics from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman sarcophagus in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Byzantine capital in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Mosaic of a transport ship filled with wine amphorae from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a griffin from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Byzantine reliquary displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a griffin from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Byzantine mosaic displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a peacock from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a fish from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a rabbit eating grapes from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman geometric mosaic from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Woven pattern Byzantine capital displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Mosaic inscription in Greek displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

4th century AD mosaic of Teodorius and a litter pulled by a horse from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

4th century AD mosaic of Teodorius and a litter pulled by a horse from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a peacock from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a peacock from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman mosaic of a transport ship with wine amphora from Apamea displayed in the reused space of a Medieval khan (Ma'arat Al-Nouma'), photograph before the war in Syria.

Mancala game cut into the surface of a flat piece of marble after the abandonment of the city. Photograph before the war in Syria.

Roman colonade at Apamea. Photograph before the war in Syria.
Photographs taken during January 2010

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