A Jewel in Jordan: The Greco-Roman City of Jerash

Khouri, Rami G.
January 1985
Archaeology;Jan/Feb85, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p18
Reports on an international archaeological cooperation at the Greco-Roman city of Jerash in Jordan. Restoration of untouched quarters within the city walls; Suspension of excavations due to budgetary pressures; Change of the configuration of the Decapolis.


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