Armenian inscriptions found during excavations in Jordan

Armenian inscriptions have been unearthed during excavations in a castle in Jordan built by the Crusaders in the early 12th century.

The excavations in Shobak Castle are led by Italian experts from the University of Florence, Armenian historian, archaeologist and anthropologist Hamlet Petrosyan said in a social media post on Sunday.

Petrosyan and his teammates are currently in Jordan to explore the Armenian inscriptions.

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