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Archaeologists in Jordan have unearthed a 3,000-year-old Iron Age temple with a trove of figurines of ancient deities and circular clay vessels used for religious rituals, officials said Wednesday.
He said the complex boasts a main room that measures 388 square feet (36 square meters), as well as two antechambers and an open courtyard.
The sanctuary and its artifacts - hewn from limestone and basalt or molded
from clay and bronze - show the complex religious rituals of Jordan's ancient biblical Moabite kingdom, according to al-Saad.