These images (originally kodachrome slides) were taken by Dr. Harold Mare in 1974 when he participated in the Andrews University excavation at Hesban.

Byzantine pottery sherd belonging to the "Jerash Bowl" typology with Greek inscription from Hesban.

View of the apse of the North Church at Hesban. It has been proposed that it was constructed approximately AD 550.

A variety of bone and ivory artifacts excavated at Hesban. A carved bone furniture inlay (special object no. 2295) with the figure of Prometheus dates to the Early Byzantine Period (approximately AD 324 - 450); one theory is that it was imported to Hesban from Alexandria in Egypt.

Byzantine pottery sherds from Hesban.

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