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The site was discovered in 1974 as construction workers were working on a road crossing the area.
By 1982, when the excavations started, around 600 meters (2,000 feet) of road ran through the site.
Other nearby ruins include a village, an isolated house and a fountain, all of which are barely visible today due to the damage brought by a major earthquake that hit the region in the year 362.
Qasr Al-Abd is believed to have been built by Hyrcanus of Jerusalem, who was the head of the powerful Tobiad family.
Excavations by archaeologists near Amman Civil Airport uncovered a temple, which included an altar containing many human bone fragments.
The bones showed evidence of burning, which led to the assumption that the altar functioned as a pyre.
Three of the busts were two-headed, the significance of which is not clear.
Today, several Ammonite ruins across Amman exist, such as Qasr Al-Abd, Rujm Al-Malfouf and some parts of the Amman Citadel.