Ancient synagogues have been surveyed or excavated in Syria, Turkey, North Africa, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Italy and Spain: Apamea and Dura-Europos in Syria; Misis-Mopsuestia, Priene, Sardis and, recently, remains of two additional synagogues, one in the central Lycian city of Andriake and the other a building at Limyra (Lycian region) in Asia Minor (Turkey); Hammam-Lif and Leptis Magna in North Africa; Philippopolis in Bulgaria; Aegina and Delos in Greece; Stobi in Macedonia; Ostia and Bova Marina in Italy; and Elche in Spain.