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The course provides students with general information about Islamic history, architecture, and art during the various Islamic periods, e.g. 636 A.D – 1916 A.D. The course will illustrate that the culture of Jordan during the Islamic periods was a part of the cultural unit of Bilad Al- Sham.

The course focuses on studying southern Geographic Syria (Bilad al- Sham) (Palestine and Jordan) from the earliest prehistoric periods to the end of the Iron Age, with focusing on the political and cultural development of the area regarding the local states during the Bronze and Iron ages.
The course consists of teaching students archaeology of Jordan the during prehistoric and historic ages. The course includes the cultural achievements (technical, economic, and social) which took place in Jordan during the ancient ages and the various relevant artifacts, such as flint tools, pottery
vessels, metal tools and weapons, and different buildings.