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Leigh-Ann Bedal (2004)

The Petra Pool-Complex: A Hellenistic Paradeisos in the Nabataean Capital (Results from the Petra "Lower Market" Survey and Excavation, 1998)

Gorgias Press, Piscataway, N.J. Gorgias Dissertations, Near Eastern Studies. (ISBN: 9781593331207).

Excavations in the Lower Market in Petra (Jordan), capital of the ancient kingdom of Nabsataea, uncovered the remnants of a monumental pool-complex, at the heart of the ancient city. It played an important role in the socio-political life of Petra during the Nabataean and Roman periods.

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