Nabatean Monument, Petra, Jordan


The Obelisk Tomb at Bab al-Siq in Petra, Jordan, was carved by the Nabateans in the 1st century AD identified by the obelisk shaped structures on the top. Below is a banqueting hall or Triclinium as named by later Romans.

Carved directly into vibrant red, white, pink, and sandstone cliff faces, the prehistoric Jordanian city of Petra was inhabited by by the Nabateans who were a nomadic Arab tribe that occupied Petra from the 4th BCE onwards. The monuments in Petra were mostly carved by the Nabateans who built Petra as an prosperous city close to trade routes . After the Roman conquest in 106 CE, Petra declined and was “lost” for centuries.


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