السبت، 17 ديسمبر، 2011

Museum of Jordanian Heritage

Museum is part of a heritage from the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University, was opened in 1988. The Museum offers many activities for the local community, students, researchers and visitors, including exhibitions, lectures and visits, as the museum is a complement of what the archaeologists and anthropologists and patterns of work that helps explain the history of Jordan, as shown in the museum stages of the development of civilization witnessed by Jordan during the periods of successive, and focus on relations and cultural contacts and distribution of population and economic life and the various manifestations of civilization.Jar inside the museum (storage jar from the Abu Hamed)
The museum illustrates the stages of the development of civilization in the periods of time, tracking, and focuses on relationships and cultural communication, and distribution of population and economic life and the various manifestations of civilization.Museum of Jordanian Heritage from abroad
Include the main hall displays that show the features of the social history since ancient times, from the fishing communities and the combination and then communities of agricultural villages and then communities, countries, cities and communities of herders and Albdoah early and then link the East and West since the fourth century BC to the mid-seventh century AD and then Jordan as part of the the Islamic world as well as re-representation of some traditional crafts and rural home.

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