Ramm is the site of a well preserved Nabatean temple built during the peak of Nabetean prosperity in the reign of Aretas IV (9 BCE – 40 CE). Also preserved is the so-called "western complex" – perhaps, a domestic complex associated with the temple – and a villa. Fragmentary remains of a village have also been surveyed.

The temple of Allat at Ramm was discovered in 1931 by G. Horsfield and explored by R. Savignac the following year. Together, they excavated the site for the École Biblique et Archéologique Française in 1934. The site was re-excavated in 1959 by D. Kirkbridge for the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem. The western complex was excavated in the 1960s and the villa was surveyed in the 1990s.