The composition of the materials recovered from the burial ground such as beads and bangles lead us to think and assume that the Adwan tribes were engaged in trade which spanned across Europe, Red Sea, and Greater Syria. These identification makes the assumption clear that the tribe was successfully trading with the regional and neighbouring territories in multiple products and that the tribe was nowhere close to a complete nomadic tribe who are not thought of as trading with anyone.
The tribal interaction between sub-tribes of the Bedouin community and the consistent conflicts for territory claiming resulted in the formation of political, social, and economic stake for the region. The tribes played a major role in shaping the end of the Ottoman Empire and the late Bronze and Iron ages. Thus, tribes so considered to be nomadic lately sedentarized themselves and made a significant contribution towards the economic transition that was to end the Ottoman Empire.
The Ottoman Empire nearing its end and sensing the way it is about to end made several attempts to regain its lost glory and tried to relocate the nomadic and seminomadic tribes to resettle in the region. They tried to imbibe them into military service, and formulated new legislations which encouraged the tribes to settle so that the empire could collect taxes from them and rule them. The Ottoman Empire was struggling to find place of settlement between the fight of the British and the French. There were endless efforts to regain its position but the efforts did not see any results and the disintegration of the empire had to continue until it completely lost control in the First World War.
The outskirt of Jordan where the control of the empire was very little was the reason that gave the local tribes enough freedom to make their own way. The tribes had many horses, donkeys, camels, and food and water for their survival but many travellers of the war travelled through the area and took their food, water, and animals and they could not resist the powerful armies of the war. This period was full of efforts of multiple regions or countries to take control over the other and fighting was the only way that it was possible. Hence, since the Ottoman people had less energy, weapons, and animals to fight, and almost no equipment they had to give in to such forces of power and the empire completely lost its significance and existence.