Umm Qais City Center
Perhaps the location of ancient Gadara where Jesus drove a legion of demons from a man into the swine.
Umm Qais Theatre
The Roman theatre was the center for fun and entertainment. Umm Qias was one of the decapolis cities.
My buddy along the Dead Sea.
Overlooking the Dead Sea with Israel in the background
This is the Roman Bathhouse discovered at Tall el-Hammam (Sodom).
Perhaps Assyrian blackware dedicated to the Canaanite Ba'al.
Found in the ancient temple, this is likely Ba'al.
The door hinge was opened from a stone like this. It is called a socket stone.
The treasury of Petra, a marvelous and fascinating city.
Pottery "in situ"
Pottery found within the square is found "in situ" meaning "in place."
The theatre in Amman, Jordan at the ancient site of Rabbath Ammon, the capital of the Ammonite Kingdom.
A temple dedicated to Artemis who was one of the most venerated Ancient Greek deities.
Ancient Ammonite capital.
The oldest map in the world.
Another picture of the oldest map in the world.
Jerash was another of the Decapolis cities of Rome during Jesus' time.
Another picture of Jerash.
Jerash City Center
The Roman city center. This is the place of merchants and busy activity.
In virtually all Roman cities, one would find a theatre. They loved entertainment.
The salt formations on the edge of the Dead Sea.
"Edom" means "red."
This would be the territorial dividing line between Reuben and Gad.
This is a tourist destination. An urban legend of this being Lot's wife.
Bab edh Dhra
An incorrect proposed site for biblical Sodom.