البوابة الرباعية الشمالية
005- Roman Period
Tetrapylon is from the Greek word tetra meaning four, and pylon meaning gate. Tetrapylon is a monument at a major street intersection with arches on four sides, allowing traffic in all directions. Jerash’s North Tetrapylon was built in the late 2nd century CE and later dedicated to Julia Domna, the Syrian wife of Emperor Lucius Severus. At the southeast corner of the tetrapylon are the ruins of the West Baths.
At the intersection of the main street (cardo) and the second cross-street (north decumanus).