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Reconstruction of nymphaeum in Amman

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Reconstruction of nymphaeum in Amman
Reconstruction of nymphaeum in Amman | Reconstruction: Balage Balogh, Archaeollogy Illustrated

Reconstruction of the nymphaeum in Amman (Jordan), which was built in the 2nd century CE. It was a complex of fountains and pools for the worship of Nymphs. Researchers believe that the nymphaeum had a 600 square meter swimming pool, three meters deep. The building was a characteristic element of ancient cities and was often located in a representative place.


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