150 km long ancient wall in Jordan

16. 05. 2022
5th international conference of exopolitics, history and spirituality
Archaeologists in Jordan have mapped the destroyed wall known today as "Khatt Shebib" using aerial photography.

In 1948, it was discovered 150 kilometers long in Jordan an ancient wall that still employs archaeologists, as there are still a large number of unanswered questions around it - when it was built, who built it and what its purpose was. The wall known as Khatt Shebib about which he brought the first information  sir Alec Kirkbride (British diplomat in Jordan), after seeing her from a plane while traveling in Jordan, stretches across Jordan. The name of the wall comes from Arabic. Khatt means line a Shebib is the name of the monarch who allegedly stood behind the construction of the wall. Although this name is less used, it is considered official.


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