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Five ancient settlements and cemeteries dating back to the Um Al Nar culture between 2500 to 2000 BC were unearthed in the wilayat of Saham in North Al Batinah. Credit: Times of OmanThe archaeological survey and exploration works were carried out by...

Palaeolithic sites have been discovered in the nearest hinterlands of the Persian Gulf in the salvage survey and identification operations conducted along the Kerman-Bandar Abbas Freeway. Credit: IRNAThe Public Relations Office of the Research Insti...

Alleged: 1. Declared but not proved; 2. Doubtful or suspectThe above mentioned article in National Post doesn't fit the meaning #1. Being a perennial student of this wonderful language, I can't be totally sure, but I would call the article doubtful.

Over 1,000 pieces of artefacts including the remains of 250 people have been discovered at a pre-Islamic mass burial site in the Musandam governorate of Oman. Credit: Muscat DailySpeaking to Muscat Daily, Sultan bin Saif al Bakri, director of Explor...

Archaeologists believe that the architectural structure discovered in the second season of explorations on Nadali Beig Hill in western Iran dates back to the fifth millennium BCE. IRNA photoThe Research Institute of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicraf...

Oman was home to a civilisation almost 4,000 years old and had contacts with parts of present day Pakistan, a study has confirmed. The archaeological site at Dahwa, in north Al Batinah [Credit: Times of Oman]Representatives of the Sultan Qaboos Univ...

A list of terms used in the headline first:Anshel Pfeffer: a nice guy of Haaretz (picture above), prone to bloopers and not always at home, but nice.RT: a Russian version of Alex Jones' Infowars, but with much more money.Ukraine: an ex-republic of th...