important archaeological buildings located in this area. The main building of the bath was 30m wide and 50m long. It was built on a steep slope. It consists of different rooms and open spaces, such as a changing room, a warm room, a sauna room, a hot room and other services room (Fig. 1 ‐b). The bath came to an end by a destruction caused by an earthquake at around 400 AD. Furthermore, in the first half of the 7th century AD., the bath was used as a habitation or perhaps for industrial purposes. It was ultimately destroyed by the great earthquake of eighth century AD.
Site: Northern Jordan - Jerash Sub site: Gerasa , Jerash city Archaeological site Location: 32°16'55.94"N 35°53'38.43"E Period: Late Roman – 1st century AD.