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In 63 BC General Pompey conquered Gerasa (Jerash) and as a result, it fell under Roman rule, becoming one of the ten great Roman cities of the Decapolis.
Hidden for centuries under the sand, Jerash has stood the test of time and contains the most well-preserved Roman settlement in all of the Middle East. The city is an incredible model of grand Roman urbanism and includes colonnaded paved streets; hilltop temples; amphitheaters; public plazas and squares; fountains and baths; and city walls sporting immense towers and gates.
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