Jordan

Gadara (today's Umm Qais)
The stadium is not thoroughly researched. Excavations were made along the North wall (250 meters) of the facility. The orientation of the stadium is west-east. It is assumed that the width of the stadium is about 50 meters. It is not known when it was built.

Gerasa (today's Jerash)
Stadium of Gerasa was built in the 2nd century AD. Its length is almost half of the Roman Circus Maximus (about 244 meters long and 50 meters wide). However the facility offered great spectacles as the horse races were one of the major sports in the Late Roman Empire.





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