The investigation of past cultures of the modern nationstate of United Arab Emirates through the study and scientific analysis of material remains (i.e., osteological, artifactual, architectural, etc.).
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Archaeobotanical evidence for early date consumption on Dalma Island. [PDF]
The Durable Dhow
Indigenous to the coasts of the Arabian peninsula, India, and East Africa, the earliest dhows were simple dugouts with teak planks sewn to their sides to form a hull.
One Woman and her Dog
An Umm an-Nar example from the United Arab Emirates. [PDF]
Preliminary Report on the Faunal Remains
Remains from an 'Ubaid settlement on Dalma island. [PDF]
Featuring a 3d museum displaying historical artifacts such as weapons, jewelry, ceramics, stoneware, toys, fossils, coins, copper and gold, ancient vessels, relics, tools, heritage items.
Remains of Oldest Inhabitant of Abu Dhabi Found
From Khaleej Times, remains of the earliest-known inhabitant of Abu Dhabi have been found on the western island of Marawah by the Abu Dhabi Islands Archaeological Survey, ADIAS, as part of their spring excavation season. (June 30, 2004)
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