Nabatean Temple

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Nabataean Temple

The remains of an old Nabataean Temple were discovered in 1933 in Rum village. The Nabataean inscriptions on nearby rock surfaces are believed to date back to the 2nd century AD. The temple was apparently dedicated to the deity Lat. Behind the temple, the remains of a bath have been discovered, believed to the earliest bath in Jordan.



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