I met with a Syrian companion like me, and we discussed various things. Syria is a conventional society with a long social history. Significance is put on family, religion, instruction and self-control, and regard. The Syrian's preference for the conventional expressions is communicated in moves, for example, the al-Samah, the Dabkeh in the entirety of their varieties, and the blade dance.
Wedding services are events for the enthusiastic show of society customs. The copyists of the city of Ugarit (current Ras Shamra) made a cuneiform letter set in the fourteenth century BC. The letter set was written in the recognizable request we utilize today like the English language, but with various characters.
Archeologists have found broad works and proof of a culture equaling those of Iraq, and Egypt in and around the antiquated city of Ebla (current Tell Mardikh). Later Syrian researchers and craftsmen added to Hellenistic and Roman idea and culture.
Cicero was a student of Antiochus of Ascalon at Athens, and the compositions of Posidonius of Apamea impacted Livy and Plutarch. Syrians have added to Arabic writing for quite a long time, and Syrian authors assumed a urgent part in the nahda or Arab artistic and social restoration of the nineteenth century.