Archaeological Views: Tall Jalul: A Look from Behind the Jordan
The largest ancient site in the central Jordanian plateau, Tall Jalul commands the highest point in the Madaba region in modern-day Jordan. Covering more than 18 acres, the tell seems to have been continuously occupied from the Early Bronze Age through the Persian (perhaps even Hellenistic) period, after which the occupation spilled over to the plain below and south of the tell.
Biblical Archaeology Review
Gane, Constance E., "Archaeological Views: Tall Jalul: A Look from Behind the Jordan" (2019). Faculty Publications. 1358.
FAR Report 2020