The Temple of Qasr Al-Bint
Excavations and restoration work at Qaser Al-Bint were started in the late fifties by the British school of Archaeology in Jerusalem and are still conduct by the department of Antiquities of Jordan.
Qasr Al-Bint was re remarkable for its inner and outer stucco decoration, representing ashlar courses, relief panels and vegetal scroll. A marble dado riveted the inner wall to a height of 70 cm. the temple was built in the second half of the first century BC and reused by the romans in the second century AD. At the end of the third century AD, the monument was looted and intentionally destroyed by fire-before the 363 earthquake struck it. A medieval occupation was revealed on the Monumental Stairway.