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In this article we will describe and analyze three marble sarcophagi that were recently unearthed from a hypogeal tomb; rescue excavations were conducted by the Direction-General of Antiquities (Damascus; Tartus) at al-Bayada necropolis, belonging to the ancient city of Amr?t, Syria. The coffins date from the late second to third centuries ad and resemble each other in their iconography. Stylistically, they are all of the "garland" type, decorated with several significant motifs and symbols.doi:10.14201/zephyrus201678211220 doaj:fb5630b9924844ca850350a0c1a69f0c fatcat:3ilst5uypzhupbi2ogjo4qw4im