Students of Amman Arab University are familiarizing themselves with the phases of historical development of Jordan
As part of its extracurricular activities, the Deanship of Student Affairs at Amman Arab University organized a visit under the supervision of Dr. Mashael Al-Jarah, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, and Mrs. Shatha Al-Rabi, head of the Counseling and Psychological Services Department, to the Jordanian Museum of Antiquities / Citadel Hill. This visit aimed to enhance cultural awareness among university students by acquainting them with the phases of historical development of Jordan through the museum's collections, which date back to ancient civilizations found in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. These civilizations include the Old Stone Age, the Roman period, and the Umayyad era.
During the visit, students were introduced to various artifacts related to human life, such as pottery, images, statues, jewelry, and more. Additionally, students learned about the irrigation system, which was used in those eras, the archaeological caves, and temples like the Temple of Hercules.
In this context, Dr. Mashael Al-Jarah stated that the visit is aimed at acquainting the students with the civilizations that have passed through the lands of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The visit also seeks to raise their awareness of tourism by organizing various student visits to museums and archaeological sites.
At the end of the visit, the students expressed their enjoyment of this trip through which they became familiar with the antiquities of their country.