السبت، 17 ديسمبر، 2011

Jordan Archaeological Museum

Jordan Archaeological Museum Jordan Museum is built in 1951. Located at the top of the center of Amman Citadel, featuring groups contained artifacts to the museum of archaeological excavations conducted in various sites of Jordan. The groups are arranged chronologically sequenced from the Old Stone Age and gradually until the Islamic era. Museum exhibits include a variety of pottery and glass and metal and plaster statues of pottery, stone, and inscriptions, writings, seals and groups of gold jewelry and coins representing different historical periods. Of the most important contents of the museum statues of Ain ​​Ghazal frescoes dating back to around 6000 BC. CE, as well as the manuscript of the Dead Sea brass letters written Aramaic. The museum is open from 9-5 pm in the winter, and from 9-7 pm in the summer, except Fridays and public holidays

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