السبت، 17 ديسمبر، 2011

Museum of Umm Qais

Rebuilt by the Department of Antiquities in cooperation with the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology a old houses in the town of Umm Qais in 1987 and used a museum was opened in the same period
This museum comprises two rooms, with the first of three safes, one devoted to the pottery of Osrjh and a small tractor, masks, etc., which stretches from the Hellenistic period until the Islamic period.

The Treasury is the second weight is found inside the tombs in the area of ​​Um Qais,

Treasury and the third includes decorative stones, as well as medium-sized pottery jars dating back to Roman and Byzantine eras, and some Egyptian statues of basalt stone and limestone.

The second room has been allocated to various stone statues of the period, mostly Romanian. Inside the museum is a public square with stone coffins of basaltic columns and capitals and bases of the columns of limestone and basalt in addition to two gates of basalt stone and mosaics.

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