If anyone wants to pick up those remaining sites please feel free to carry on
I will take Syria's remaining 19.
Results so far together with references and notes!! Bold
= Still to find!Bourade CarqabisDanes
L'Ancienne route traversant la Region d'Al-lajat 33.043335, 36.457798
La Forteresse d'al-Rahbe 35.005017, 40.423498
La Forteresse de Ja'abar 35.897674, 38.480790
La Forteresse de Marqab 35.152141, 35.949847
La Forteresse de Najm 36.555241, 38.261569La Route Romain entre Alep et Antakia
Le Palais de Ibn Wardan 35.373385, 37.246955
Salhiet al-Fourat - Still on Syria's T List as Dura EuroposSarjaleh
Sergilla – Already inscribed as part of Syrian Village
Sit el Roum – already inscribed as part of Syrian Villages
Syrrhus 36.744218, 36.959189Tell Ade
Tell Ein-dara 36.459565, 36.852480Tell El-Machrafa (Qatana) Zeus Madbachus NOTES
bourade - ???
Carqabis - ????
Danes – Could this be al-Dana?? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Dana,_Syria
L'Ancienne route traversant la Region d'Al-lajat – (a.k.a La région d'Al-Lejâh and Trachon).https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trachon
. It is a Lava field which is also a UNESCO Biosphere reserve. I have taken the centre for coordinates.
La Forteresse d'al-Rahbe (a.k.a Al Rahba) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Rahba
La Forteresse de Ja'abar (a.k.a Qal'at ja'bar ) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qal%27at_Ja%27bar
La Forteresse de Marqab (a.k.a Margat Castle) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margat
La Forteresse de Najm (a.k.a Qal'at Najm/"Castle Necmettin") https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qal%27at_Najm
La Route Romain entre Alep et Antakia - several great photos of this "Roman road" but not their coordinates! https://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/object/664289
"A Roman road located 40 km west of Aleppo. Formerly part of the main highway from Antioch to Chalcis. One of the longest stretches of Roman road still in existence. Built during height of Roman road construction in 2 AD."
Le Palais de Ibn Wardan (a.k.a Qasr Ibn Wardan) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qasr_Ibn_Wardan
Salhiet al-Fourat – (a.k.a Dura Europos) al-Fourat is "The Euphrates" – but what is "Salhiet"?? Found it! See this book "Dura Europos - Salhieh of the Euphrates" https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Dura_Europos_Salhieh_of_Euphrates.html?id=mYbc jwEACAAJ&redir_esc=y
It is still on syria's T List under that name - indeed it has 2 entries!
Sarjaleh - ????
Sergilla (a.k.a Serjilla) –already inscribed as part of Syrian villages WHS
Sit el Roum – (a.k.a "Sitt ar-Roum"). Nb The "ancient villages" WHS doesn't consist solely of individual villages but includes areas of "Parks" which include several villages – including this one.
Syrrhus – aka "Cyrrhus" - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrrhus
Tell Ade - ????
Tell Ein-dara - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ain_Dara_(archaeological_site)
Tell El-Machrafa (Qatana) - can find Qatana easily enough but not what it is which was being proposed
Zeus Madbachus - "MADBACHUS , i, Gr. Madbachos, ou , a nickname of Jupiter, whom he led to the Syrians. One finds it in an inscription on a stone, which was unearthed at Aleppo in the beginning of this century. There are several explanations of this. Supplem. à l'hist. crit. of dogmatic p. 37 . The most probable of these, however, is probably because Madbach means an altar to the Syrians, that he agrees with the Greek epibêmios and indicates the sacrificed Jupiter". But can't find any specific Temple to Zeus – there are several in Syria.