001- Early Inhabitants
Menhirs (meaning long stones in the Celtic language Breton) are upright-standing stones that appear either alone or in groups. They date roughly to the Bronze Age (3500–1200 BCE) or earlier. It is speculated that menhirs had been erected for religious purposes or rituals related to seasonal cycles.
Over 27 menhirs can be found in Jordan, although some have been damaged by encroaching development. An example is near the village of Lejjun, east of Karak, at the GPS