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I checked in on the Irbid Archaeological museum for 5 days in a row and each time it was shut. Eventually I gave up and left for Umm Qais and Gadara, the ancient ruined Greek city state in the far north west corner of Jordan which the painting here on the wall of the museum most likely depicts. Only 2 shots of this town on TE so here's another. Irbid does not have a lot to see for tourists. Most of its ancient ruins are now covered by concrete, asphalt, modern roads, shopping malls and housing. During the Roman period, Irbid was known as Arabella. If the painting is not Gadara, then it is probably Arabella. The dimensions are about 7 metres x 3 metres.

https://wikitravel.org/en/Irbid

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