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1 edition of Jerash found in the catalog.

Jerash

Jerash

a unique example of a Roman city

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Published by Al-Aulama & Barhoumeh in Amman, Jordan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Extinct cities -- Jordan.,
  • Gerasa (Extinct city).,
  • Jordan -- Antiquities.,
  • Jerash (Jordan) -- Description.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementediting and photographs, Mohsen M. Aulama.
    ContributionsAulama, Mohsen M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS154.9.G47 J475 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination61 p. :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16804991M

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Jerash Download PDF EPUB FB2

Arriving in the modern town of Jerash, with its provincial streets and small market gardens, you see little to suggest its illustrious past. But the moment you cross from the new town into the ancient city, its boundary marked by the imposing Hadrian’s Arch, it becomes apparent that this was once no ordinary backwater but a city of great Jerash book and importance.

Jordan: Past and Present: Petra, Jerash, Amman is an easily handled (i.e. not huge) spiral-bound book of wonderful photos and clear overlays which compare and contrast the 'now' and the 'then' of these ancient sites.

The views are stunning. There is also wonderful, informative text/5(13). We recommend booking Jerash Ruins tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund.

See all Jerash Ruins tours on Tripadvisor5/5(K). Jerash is a huge site, and easily merits a full day; if you have only a couple of hours, you could rapidly absorb the Oval Plaza – with its temple and theatre – the Cardo, the Sacred Way leading up to the Temple of Artemis and the North Theatre, but without really doing the place justice.

The book is now somewhat dated, as archaeological work in Jerash (Gerasa) has proceeded apace sincenevertheless this remains an excellent introduction to the Decapolis as a whole and to Jerash in particular.

Of special value is the history of Gerasa, the story of the excavation of Gerasa (the pictures from the s Jerash book astounding to Cited by: Contact information/ how to book: Jerash Tourism Jerash book Telephone: Location. Jerash Archeological Museum.

The Jerash Archaeological Museum was established in inside one of the vaults of the courtyard of the Artemis Temple. Inthe museum was moved to the renovated old rest house and the first special exhibition.

Jerash is an amazing blend of Greco-Roman and Oriental influences. A great place to visit during the spring with its beautiful rolling hills and lush greenery, Jerash has a rhythm not seen anywhere else in Jordan.

Also, every year Jerash hosts the Jerash Festival of Culture and Arts, a three week summer program filled with folk dance, music. JERASH - A BRIEF HISTORY. In a remote, quiet valley among the mountains of Gilead lie the ruins of Jerash, at one time a city of the Decapolis, and the only one of that powerful league through whose streets and monuments we can wander and see them as they were in its heyday, untouched except by the hand of time.

The biblical city of Gerasa is known today as Jerash. Gerasa was one of the cities of the Roman Decapolis and is one of the best preserved cities of the Decapolis. The high point of Gerasa was in the 2nd century, when it had a population of 20, Most of the ruins are from the Roman and Byzantine periods.

May 6, - Browse and Book from the Best Vacation Rentals with Prices in Jerash and nearby: View Tripadvisor's 2, photos and great deals on vacation. Would book again!" " "Great apartment in a quiet neighborhood with awesome city view. The building was undergoing renovation when we booked, but the owners made us feel as welcome and comfortable as possible.

The hosts were extremely nice, hospitable and available for us. Would book again!" W W W " Reviewed on Jerash Inn/5(1). Distances to Jerash: Jerash is approximately.

25 km or 15 miles from Ajloun. 50 km or 30 miles from Amman. km or 62 miles from the Dead Sea. km or miles from Petra.

km or miles from Wadi Rum. km or miles from Aqaba. How to go to Jerash: Public buses at Tabarbour station frequently leave to Jerash when they are full.

Located in Jerash, a minute walk from Jerash, The Blue House "Gerasa" has accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. We had a great time. The host was amazing and very helpfull. We went out to have a local Desert and after That we. Jerash was a favorite city of the Roman emporer, Hadrian, and reached its zenith in ADflourishing economically and socially.

The city began to decline in the 3rd century, later becoming a Christian city under the rule of the Byzantine empire. The Muslims took over in ADbut the final blow to the city was dealt by Baldwin II of. This is a great little book on the archaeological treasures in the Kingdom of Jordan.

It covers Petra, Jerash in the north and Amman, the current capitol of Jordan. It has photos of quite a few of the ruins with heavy vinyl sheets over the photos that are printed with the parts of the ruins that are no longer extant/5.

The Blue House "Gerasa" – Book your room for the The Blue House "Gerasa" hotel in on ViaMichelin. ViaMichelin and its partners allow you to book the hotel, bed and breakfast or apartment of your choice in just a few clicks.9/10(29).

Continuously occupied for more than 6, years, Jerash Ruins presents one of the best examples of ancient Roman provincial town planning. Neolithic remains found on site indicate millennia of inhabitants even before General Pompey captured the city in 63 BCE and initiated the development of a Roman on: Jerash Jordan.

The Jerash ruins of Jordan are said to be the best-preserved Roman ruins outside of Italy. At just 48km (30mi) north of Amman, it’s a great day trip from the capital.

The modern city of Jerash sits alongside Gerasa of Antiquity, an ancient city housing some of the finest Greco-Roman architecture in the world. Jerash is divided by the Wadi Jerash, with the ancient city on the west side of the valley and the modern city — dating from the first half of the 20th century — on the east.

Outside the ancient city’s South Gate stands a grand triumphal arch with three openings, built to mark a visit by the emperor Hadrian in AD Adjacent to this is a hippodrome, constructed in the 2nd century. The ruined city of Jerash is one of the most fascinating and largest Roman sites that draws a lot of tourists from far and wide.

The city boasts of having been inhabited since the Bronze Age and is renowned for the walled Greco-Roman settlement of Gerasa that lies just outside the city.

The ancient city of Jerash can be accessed through the Jerash Vistor’s Center at the South Gate of the site. The center offers free maps and a souvenir shop. Hours: Winter: Summer: From July to October, there is a sound and lights show that takes place from to Contact the visitors’ center for more details.Book the Jerash Inn - Stay at this apartment in Jerash.

Enjoy free breakfast, free WiFi, and free parking. Popular attractions Jerash Temple of Artemis and Nymphaeum are located nearby. Discover genuine guest reviews for Jerash Inn along with the latest prices and availability – book now/5(3).48 km (30 miles) north of the capital Amman, Jerash is known for the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa, also referred to as Antioch on the Golden is sometimes misleadingly referred to as the "Pompeii of the Middle East", referring to its size, extent of excavation and level of preservation (though Jerash was never buried by a volcano).