السبت، 17 ديسمبر، 2011

Petra Nabataean Museum

Museum Petra Nabataean Museum is located in Jordan at the beginning of the road leading to the monastery, was officially inaugurated on the fifth of April of 1994.Halls of the museum
The museum consists of three main halls: Hall the first and include an introduction about the history and geology of the Kingdom of the Nabataeans of Petra as well as artifacts representing the preparation of food in the Neolithic, pottery Edomite, Nabataean sculpture, and water engineering Nabatiyeh.
• The second hall is dedicated to finds from archaeological excavations, and in chronological order starting from fossil Beida belonging to the Neolithic period, and the fossil atTawilan belonging to the Iron Age, and fossil Alzentor, which uncovered the houses Nabataean and Roman later, and fossil Alzerabh where the detector ovens Pottery Nabataean dated to the end of the first century BC. m. Until the sixth century AD, the Temple of the Black winged fossil Nabati, Palace and Temple of fossil girl in the center of Petra, and the end of Bhvria Byzantine church.
• This room also includes a brief history of trade and caravan routes Nabatiyeh Petra in the Middle Ages. The third room contains a two-Alasrjh group of pottery by the development industry, and bronze statues, pottery, dishes, regular and colored coins, jewelry, jewelry and some copper and bronze tools in addition to the large pottery jars.

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