Découverte du plus ancien sanctuaire d'Arabie : la structure en os de dugong de l'île d'Akab
Discoveries

The French archaeological mission to the United Arab Emirates, including CNRS and INRAP searchers, and the museum of the Umm al-Quwain Emirate (UAE) have recently discovered the oldest sanctuary in Arabia (3500-3200 BC), as well as the oldest known ceremonial site dedicated to a very particular marine mammal, the dugong (Dugong dugon). 
These results have just been published in the international review Antiquity.

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Events

International conference organized by the French national institute for preventive archaeological research and the Quai Branly Museum 

January18th and19th 2011