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Site name: South of Jordan – Ayn Gharandal Sub site: Wadi Arabah Location: 30ʺ05' N 35 ʺ 11' E' Period: Late Roman – 1st century AD.


Description: Only a line of low earth and stone mounds, running from the north east corner of the fort toward the mouth of Wadi Gharandal. The structural debris and undulating topography suggest the presence of piers for an elevated aqueduct system. The aqueduct line was disturbed in one section, but it is traceable for the majority of the distance between the fort, bath, and spring with mounds visible at

Final study of CulMe-WeOnCT project