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Manbej

Dating from the Hittites of the 2nd millennium B.C., was the religious capital of the Arameans who bilt a temple in alabastar to the goddess of water, Atracatess. The remains of a statue of the goddess in a carriage drawn by lions was found in the ruins of the temple. It was a prosperous city named by the Romans and the Greeks Herapolis, which means the holy city.

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