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8000-year-old temple found in Saudi Arabia, 2,807 graves also revealed

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An 8000-year-old site has been discovered at the site of Al-Faw, southwest of the country’s capital, Riyadh.

highlights

    • 2,807 graves have been found all over the site, which date back to different times
    • The name of the dir is being told as the rock-cut templ
    • The special thing is that there was a practice of temple and idol worship here.

An 8000-year-old temple has been discovered in Saudi Arabia. An 8000-year-old site has been discovered at the site of Al-Faw, southwest of the country’s capital, Riyadh. Let us tell you that high quality aerial photography, drone footage with control points, remote sensing, laser sensing and many other surveys have been used in the survey. Let us tell you that the discovery of the temple is being said to be the most important among many discoveries. The name of this temple is being told as the rock-cut temple which is situated on the side of Mount Tuwaiq, which is now known as Al-Faw. According to the results so far, the people of Al-Fa were very religious. An inscription was found in the excavation, which confirms the existence of a deity of Al-Fa, Kahal.

It is being told that 2,807 graves have been found all over the site, which belong to different times. These are divided into six groups. Apart from the temples and tombs, it has also come to the fore that a well-planned city was settled here. Whose corner has four towers. This archaeological study has revealed that this region, once the world’s driest land and harsh desert environment, also had a complex irrigation system including canals, water bodies and hundreds of pits.

Why is the Heritage Commission survey done?

The Al-Faw Archaeological Area has been the focus of archaeological study for the past 40 years. The special thing is that there was a practice of temple and idol worship here. Let us tell you that the Heritage Commission is doing this survey because they want to know about the heritage present in the country and want to preserve it. This research will continue in Al-Fao so that new things can be revealed.

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