Roman temple and Byzantine church at Pella, Jordan. Pella has been occupied since Neolithic times, and many Hellenistic and Roman ruined structures remain on the site. The Byzantine civic complex church was built on an earlier Roman civic complex in the 5th century. The columns are arranged around a rectangular hall. Picture by Manuel Cohen

LC12_Jordan_MC220.jpg

1 of 1

Roman temple and Byzantine church at Pella, Jordan. Pella has been occupied since Neolithic times, and many Hellenistic and Roman ruined structures remain on the site. The Byzantine civic complex church was built on an earlier Roman civic complex in the 5th century. The columns are arranged around a rectangular hall. Picture by Manuel Cohen

Copyright © Manuel Cohen

8.2MB
5616x3744
Keywords:
5th century
archaeology
archeology
basilica
Byzantine
Byzantium
church
color
colour
column
day
decapolis
decapolis city
exterior
Graeco-Roman
Greco-Roman
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Hellenistic
heritage
history
horizontal
image
Jordan
Jordan Valley
Jordanian
Middle East
Middle Eastern
morning
outdoors
outside
Pella
photograph
photography
Roman
ruined
ruins
site
Tabaqat Fahl
Tabaqit Fahl
temple
tourism
tourist attraction
travel