The book presents new hypothesis on the presence of the Ammonites Kingdom in the Eastern part of Amman; the Capital of Jordan today. The scholars believed that the Ammonites extended their territories in all directions except the east where the desert exist. In this book you'll realize the vast number Ammonites archaeological sites located in the east. the key question? why they built those huge stone towers and forts.
Name: Jehad HaronQualifications: M A in Archaeology, LSU, USA B A Archaeology, Jordan UniversityWork experience: 28 years in the field of Antiquities of Jordan since 1992, participated in 40 different archaeological projects in Jordan and Gulf States. Since 2016 I have joined the Sustainable Cultural Heritage through Engagement of Local Communities
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Archaeology, Jordan, Ammonites, Iron Age
PHILOSOPHY / Ancient