These images were taken on the final day of the excavation season.
This was the final extension to the trench and details such as thresholds, doorposts and a tannour (clay oven) were revealed.
This was the third extension to trench 3.
These pictures are taken some days after the last images and show the second extension to the trench, by which point it was clear that the trench was uncovering a street of terraced one room dwellings.
The trench overseen by the DGAM expanded rapidly and this is the first of a series of extensions that were added to the trench as it was extended to reveal a row of simple houses.
These pictures are of the northernmost trench opened and overseen by Yaarob Abdallah of the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums (DGAM). The photographs record the first phase of his work.
Photographs taken of Halabiyeh in December 1992.
This is how Halabiyeh looks from across the Euphrates.
These panoramic views of Halabiyeh and the surrounding area were taken from the Praetorium at the top of the hill overlooking the ancient town.
As with a number of other cult sites in Dura Europos, the Temple of Bel was identified primarily by its frescoes which are now displayed in the National Museum of Damascus.