Temple of Eshmoun

Date published: Feb 1st, 2019

Photogrammetry reconstruction using de aerial dataset from Cyark Open Heritage Project. The Temple of Eshmun (Arabic: معبد أشمون‎) is an ancient place of worship dedicated to Eshmun, the Phoenician god of healing. It is located near the Awali river, 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) northeast of Sidon in southwestern Lebanon. The site was occupied from the 7th century BC to the 8th century AD, suggesting an integrated relationship with the nearby city of Sidon. Although originally constructed by Sidonian king Eshmunazar II in the Achaemenid era (c. 529–333 BC) to celebrate the city's recovered wealth and stature, the temple complex was greatly expanded by Bodashtart, Yatan-milk and later monarchs.

Thanks for the original asset creator : Miguel Bandera
Tags: ruins temple
Category: Heritage
Type: Scan - Environment
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