Beidha Archaeological Site

Beidha, also sometimes Bayda, is a major Neolithic archaeological site a few kilometres north of near Siq al-Barid in . It is included in Petra's inscription as a World Heritage Site.It was first excavated by Diana Kirkbride in 1957 and later by Brian Byrd.
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