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Tell Ain Ghessali

Tell Ain Ghessali
Location 1.5km west of Rayak to Baalbek road near the Talia crossing
Region Bekaa Valley
Type Tell
History
Cultures Neolithic
Site notes
Excavation dates 1966
Archaeologists J. King, Lorraine Copeland, Peter J. Wescombe
Condition Ruins
Public access Yes

Tell Ain Ghessali is an archaeological site 1.5 km west of Rayak to Baalbek road near the Talia crossing in the Beqaa Mohafazat (Governorate). It dates at least to the Neolithic.[1]

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