Category:Tell Leilan

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English: Tell Leilan is a large archaeological site along the Wadi Jarrah (northeast Syria) that was occupied from the fifth to second millennium BC. It was known as Shekhna during the late third millennium, and as Shubat-Enlil during the early second millennium BC.
Nederlands: Tell Leilan is een belangrijke archeologische vindplaats gelegen aan de Wadi Jarrah (noordoost-Syrië). De site was bewoond tussen het vijfde en tweede millennium voor Christus. Gedurende het late derde millennium werd Leilan Shekhna genoemd en gedurende het vroege tweede millennium heette de site Shubat-Enlil.
<nowiki>Tell Leilan; Subat-Enlil; Tell Leilan; Šubat-Enlil; Шубат-Энлиль; تل لیلان; Tall Leilan; Tell Leilan; Tell Leilan; تل لیلان; Шубат Енлил; Šechna; Šubat-Enlil; テル・レイラン; Tell Leilan; תל ליילאן; تل ليلان; Tell Leilan; Tell Leilan; Tell Leilan; 雷蘭遺址; 雷兰遗址; Tell Leilan; 텔 레일란; Tell Leilan; تل ليلان; 雷兰遗址; 雷兰遗址; Capital Imperial de Asiria; قريه فى محافظه الحسكه; archeologische nederzetting in Syrië; archäologische Stätte in Syrien; village in Syria; archaeological site in Syria; سایت باستان شناسی در سوریه; village in Syria; قرية في سوريا; Shubat Enlil; Shekhna; شوبات-انلیل; شخنا</nowiki>
Tell Leilan 
archaeological site in Syria
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Tell Leilan et les principaux sites de la région du Khabur
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LocationUpper Mesopotamia, Mesopotamia, Fertile Crescent
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36° 57′ 25.92″ N, 41° 30′ 19.08″ E
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Wikidata Q588192
VIAF ID: 234733031
Library of Congress authority ID: sh88001880
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007534324405171
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