Roman

Parallel Maritime Histories:

(Greece, Egypt, India, South Yemen, China, Rome) A number of things made the Nabataeans distinctive from other tribes in Arabia. One of them was their ability as seamen. Where did they learn their …

Gerasa (Jerash):

The Roman city of Gerasa (Jerash in Jordan) In ancient times the area of Jerash was known as Gerasa. It is located on the banks of the river Chrysorhoas, about 42 km north of modern Amman Jordan. The …

Roman Roads:

Fallen Roman Milestone along the Roman road known as the Via Traiana. Part of the Via Traiana still in existence in south Jordan

Gadara (Um Qais):

The Roman city of Gadara Gadara was a Roman town in the north of Jordan. It had a university from which Meleager, the great poet came. Today two theaters survive, plus several temples and piles of …

Debunking King’s Theories on why early Qiblas are wrong - Qibla Controversy EP.6:

If we don’t Cry out the Mosques will - Qibla Controversy Ep.8:

Obodat (Avdat):

This ancient caravan station evolved into a large desert city known as Obodat (after a Nabataean king). It was first founded as a road station in the 3rd century BC where two trade routes converged. …

Qasr Al-Hallabat:

Mosque Name: Qasr Al-Hallabat Country: Jordan City: Desert Castle Year of construction (AH): 212 AH Year of construction (AD): 827 AD GPS: 32° 5’35.51"N 36°19’40.96"E Original …

Jerash Umayyad Mosque:

Mosque Name: erash Umayyad Mosque Country: Jordan City: Jerash Year of construction (AH): unknown Year of construction (AD): 7th century GPS: 32°16’44.96"N 35°53’28.71"E Original …

Qasr Mushash complex:

Mosque Name: Qasr Mushash Country: Jordan City: Desert Castle Year of construction (AH): unknown Year of construction (AD): 7th century GPS: 31°48’47.90"N 36°18’56.93"E Original …

Qasr Aseikhin Mosque:

Mosque Name: Qasr Aseikhin Mosque Country: Jordan City: Desert Castle Year of construction (AH): unknown Year of construction (AD): 8th century GPS: 31°56’46.14"N 36°57’6.91"E …