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Over time, the term "Rabbath" was no longer used and the city became known as "Ammon".
The influence of new civilizations that conquered the city gradually changed its name to "Amman".
Amman city, from right to left and from above to below: Abdali Project dominating Amman's skyline, Temple of Hercules on Amman Citadel, King Abdullah I Mosque and Raghadan Flagpole, Abdoun Bridge, Umayyad Palace, Ottoman Hejaz Railway station and Roman Theatre.
The earliest evidence of settlement in the area is a Neolithic site known as 'Ain Ghazal.
Its houses were rectangular mud-bricked buildings that included a main square living room, whose walls were made up of lime plaster.
Qasr Al-Abd is believed to have been built by Hyrcanus of Jerusalem, who was the head of the powerful Tobiad family.
Shortly after he began the construction of that large building, in 170 BC upon returning from a military campaign in Egypt, Antiochus IV conquered Jerusalem, ransacked a temple where the treasure of Hyrcanus was kept and appeared determined to attack Hyrcanus.
Ptolemy II Philadelphus, the Macedonian ruler of Egypt, who occupied and rebuilt the city, named it "Philadelphia", which means "brotherly love" in Greek.
The name was given as an adulation to his own nickname, Philadelphus.
Thirty-two figures were found in two caches, fifteen of them full figures, fifteen busts, and two fragmentary heads.