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Article PRIMARY DOCUMANTATION AND ARCHITECTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE RURAL HOUSES IN Al-YAZEEDIYEH VILLAGE, AS-SALT, JORDAN
Authors Renad Khalil Hamdan, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
Abstract This research represents a primary documentation of the rural houses at one of As-Salt municipality districts called Al-Yazeediyeh. Al-Yazeediyeh is a village located at a distance of 8 km to the east of As-Salt. The significance of this research is that these houses represent the first image of Arab rural houses which established in most of Jordanian villages.

The condition of these houses in general is good for the main architectural elements. The research begins by visiting the site, then a manual documentation process was applied to each house.

The aims of this research are: to study the special relationships in Al-Yazeediyeh's rural houses, the interaction with the agricultural surroundings, and to highlight the structural system used.

According to the literature reviews, this special character of the houses has been common to all Arab rural houses in the Bilad Asham region. As a result, this research represent the stable structure of these houses which can be conserved for future projects with community involvement base. These rural houses and the village have a natural, cultural, and historical values it should conserve.
Keywords: Arab rural houses, Bilad Asham Villages, the Emirate of Transjordan settlements, Jordanian villages
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