The museum is on the top of the castle hill, with a Jordanian flag on the roof, which is easy to identify. This is the highest point in the whole Castle Hill. The exhibits are interesting and strange, so I think they are very insightful. This big plate is very interesting, inside is the head, the facial features are very meticulous, especially the eye liner of the eyes, the most attractive to me, a very old style of Egypt. What exactly is the plate used for? It's not very clear. It's supposed to be a cosmetic use like incense. Then there's this "iron armor battle suit" - iron lock armor, excavated disc base and some debris. Archaeologically, it's believed to be a battle suit between Ayyubid (Ayub) and Mammluk (Mammluk). The glass cabinet is covered, or I will feel it and see how heavy it is. I also wandered to a row of mummy-like things. Looking at the introductory text next to it, I found that it was really a mummy, shell. The photo may not have the real size of reality. The feeling of visiting the scene is that the ancients were really not too tall, but why were they so strong? Even if it was buried in a male human, it was as big as the two strong men (horizontal measurement).
Although the area is small, there are many collections. A large number of Jordanian cultural relics from prehistoric period to the 15th century are collected and displayed, including statues from 8000 to 6000 B.C. and inscriptions recording the history of exchanges between Jordan, Syria, Egypt and other countries. Because of the time, although it is a quick glimpse, it is still amazed at Jordan's long history and culture.
There are many ancient Roman pottery and antiques in the exhibition hall of the National Archaeological Museum. The main building of this ancient city is a large Roman theatre, where the annual Amman Music Festival is held. If you don't have much time to travel to Jordan, let's go around here. It's very good. It's very Roman.
We stumbled across this place and saw some people climbing a steep hillside and art in Amman District. We went in for free, and all kinds of galleries around Down. The environment is very beautiful green trees and gardens, and there are also some ancient relics scattered in the gardens of some of the works of art. This is a small antique cafe. You can sit down and enjoy a variety of tea while enjoying the beautiful city scenery. A good relief, away from the bustling city of Amman. I stayed here all afternoon, once.
The museum is on the Castle Hill. It's not very big and there aren't many exhibits. It takes fifteen minutes to half an hour to walk around.
There are many ancient Roman pottery and antiques in the exhibition hall. The main building of this ancient city is a large Roman theatre, where the annual Amman Music Festival is held. The elegant music, like a loudspeaker, echoes over the ancient capital of Amman.
The Archaeological Museum is the main one worth visiting, which has left many cultural relics in the millennium history of the country influenced by the countries around it. The most relics are from the Roman era, and the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Museum are the most noticeable among all visitors.