Gate of Hadrian, Jerash - 3D View

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Mark Cartwright
by Erik Bjers
published on 18 October 2018

The Gate of Hadrian at Jerash in Jordan is an 11-meter high triple-arched gateway erected to honor Emperor Hadrian's visit to Jerash in the winter of 129–130 CE. The arch originally stood to almost 22 m and probably had wooden doors. The arch displays some Nabataean architectural features, including an acanthus bases.

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