3000 Year Old Moabite Temple Found in Jordan

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Excerpt Archaeologists recently unveiled what they described as one of the most important Iron Age discoveries in the region, including a 3,000-year-old Moabite temple.Department of Antiquities (DoA) Director General Ziad Saad announced the recent discovery of the largest early Iron Age temple in the region, dating back to between 1200 and 600 BC. The three-storey temple, which includes a 12-by-12-metre courtyard, yielded over 300 Moabite artefacts, leading experts to believe it was once a political and religious base for the Moabite kingdom. Continue reading

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Archaeologists recently unveiled what they described as one of the most important Iron Age discoveries in the region, including a 3,000-year-old Moabite temple.Department of Antiquities (DoA) Director General Ziad Saad announced the recent discovery of the largest early Iron Age temple in the region, dating back to between 1200 and 600 BC. The three-storey temple, which includes a 12-by-12-metre courtyard, yielded over 300 Moabite artefacts, leading experts to believe it was once a political and religious base for the Moabite kingdom.

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