The Sultanate of Oman discovers antiquities dating back to the “Iron Age” (witness) …

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The Sultanate of Oman has revealed new antiquities dating back thousands of years, specifically to the Iron Age, in cooperation with researchers from the Polish University of Warsaw.

The Oman News Agency has published a video and pictures showing part of the excavation work which has found archaeological evidence of a small town dating back to around a thousand years BC.

The agency said the antiquities were found at the archaeological site of Ain Bani Sa’idah in Dhank state in Al-Dhahirah desert governorate.

He quoted the specialist Peter Belinsky from the University of Warsaw, and said, “We are removing the shell from a small and old city copied from a big city, and this is a reflection of a social situation that occurred at that time. A handmade and decorated pottery bowl was also found at the new site…and it was found complete.” .

When the residents left the village, Belinsky indicated that they took the small pottery vessels with them, leaving the large ones used to store water and grain, and dozens of them have been found.

According to the agency, other pottery vessels, steps, and cooking stoves were also found during excavations at the site.


Source: عربي21 from arabi21.com.

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