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Reconstruction of temple in Petra

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Reconstruction of temple in Petra
Reconstruction of temple in Petra

Reconstruction of the Great Temple in Petra, built between centuries the 1st BCE and 1st CE. Petra was the capital of the Roman province of Arabia Petraea (present-day Jordan).

The temple complex covered an area of ​​approximately 7,560 m2. Despite its name, it is not entirely clear whether it had a religious or administrative character.

Sources
  • Roma Invicta
  • Photo: Bernard Gagnon | Reconstruction: Balage Balogh, Archaeology Illustrated

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