On the right bank of the stream "Nabaa Laban" which joins the river Nahr el Kalb. The dedication to Atargatis comes from an inscription of the 2nd century A.D. A Christian basilica on the north wall was removed in 1961/21. Taylor notes a basin sunk in the floor, which Aliquot points out was originally pagan, but was used as a font in the Christian basilica2.
- ↑Julien Aliquot (2009). La Vie religieuse au Liban sous l'Empire romain: Liban-Nord. Beyrouth : Presses de l’Ifpo, pp. 263-265, Section 31 (B).
- ↑George Taylor (1967). The Roman Temples of Lebanon. Beirut : Dar el Mashreq Publishers. Plate 95.