Jerash Archaeological Site & Museum

About the Site

The city of Jerash is considered one of the largest Roman archaeological cities in the world. Its streets, columns, and ancient theaters reflect the ancient eras, and the features of the Roman civilization have been well preserved. Jerash has great cultural significance as an example of the convergence of different civilizations and cultures, giving it a competitive advantage over other tourist and archaeological sites in the kingdom.

The Jerash  Archaeological Museum was established in 1985. It includes different artifacts from different ages that the region passed through, starting from Paleolithic Age until the Late Islamic Age. The artifacts vary between pottery wares, jewelry, coins, statues and mosaic panels. The outer courtyard of the museum includes decorated stone sarcophaguses decorated with different ornaments, in addition to some mosaic panels.

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