- Streaming video discussing the spring of Tuneinir is also called "The spring of Nuah " by the local Arab tribe.
The Jabour tribal members call the the canal along the east edge of the site as the "Roman River."
This streaming video was recorded on mini-VHS tape during 1998 and edited at St. Louis Community College by John Strubberg, an anthropology student in ANT 104 as his honor's project!
Vertical aerial photograph (Poidebard 1934: plate CXXVI) with excavation areas noted. Area 3 is off of the
right edge (east) of the photograph.
Oblique aerial photograph (Poidebard 1934: plate CXV.1)
taken in October of 1927 with excavation areas noted. The photograph is looking
South-Southwest. The wing edge is visible in visible along the left edge of the photograph. Area 51
is off of the right edge (north) of the photograph.
Same aerial photograph without labels.
Same oblique aerial photograph without labels.
Satellite imagery from 2007 showing Areas 1 and 2
Satellite imagery from 2007 showing the Monastic complex excavations (Areas 9, 10, and 11)
Satellite imagery from 2007 showing the commercial (Areas 4, 5, 6, and 7) and residential quarter (Area 8).
Contour map showing excavation areas
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