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137. LUBBEN (Agrainci).
Lubben is an inhabited ruin a little southwest of the centre of the Ledja. By a
strange coincidence this ruin has exchanged names with the neighbouring ruin now
called Djr^n. Some time after Waddington’s visit, presumably at the time of the Druse
settlement here, ancient Agraina, called by the Arabs Djrfen, became Lubbfen, and the
Arabs’ Lubben became Djr£n. There can be no doubt of this, for there are inscriptions 1
in situ here which give the ancient name, as Agrccina, and which were copied by
;7, = Wetz. nos. 114, 113.
xpeditions to Syria, Div. II, Sec. A, Pt. 7.
d Djr£n. This ruin is one of the most extensive
:d by Druses. Two churches and many houses
ell preserved, and there are many more houses,
^er of the two churches (Ill. 359) stands near
residential buildings adjoining it on the south
kd churches in Southern Syria, two of its
roofing-slabs above them. The plan (Ill.
the region, i. e. a long nave spanned by
iving a protruding apse toward the east.
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