Collection titleEyes on Jordan
First broadcast date1994
AbstractThe episode introduces bright spots in the history of Jordan: the first one is the strong relationship between human, mud and clay. After the Stone Age, man used clay to make ustensils and household appliances with inscriptions and sculptures. These vessels have been collected and kept in the archaeological Museum of Djebel Kalaa. Until today, pottery ustensils are made and used for many purposes, such as water, oil or grains transport. Secondly, the role played by Jordan in the protection of the Oryx and its proliferation, as well as its reintroduction in its environment; whether in the desert of Wadi Rum or in the natural park of El Azraq.
- Television - Own production
BroadcasterJRTV - Jordan Television
- Art, Culture and Knowledge
- Art, Culture and Knowledge / Fine arts
Credits / Cast
- Abou Hamdane Djamel - Author of original work
- Ennoussour Ahmed - Director
- Essafdi Kamar - Speaker
- Tim Khaled - Speaker
Period of events
- From -1000 to -500
- Jordan - Transjordan Plateau - Provinces
Media running time27m19
Additional informationpottery, past and present - oryx - paintings about Jordan
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