Oman

  • News HeadlinesAxes over 300,000 years old were found in Oman

    Axes over 300,000 years old were found in Oman

    NEW YORK, BRONX (ORDO News) — In the deserts of Oman, two groups of scientists made revolutionary discoveries that shed new light on the early history of human civilization. From rare hand axes from the first waves of human migration out of Africa, to circular burial chambers and a collection of rock paintings, these finds provide insight into the formation of modern society in South Arabia. A team of over…

  • News Headlines5000 year old silver jewelry was found in Oman

    5000-year-old silver jewelry was found in Oman

    (ORDO NEWS) — An Omani-American team found a collection of silver jewelry during excavations in Dahva. It turned out that they belong to the ancient Indus civilization. The jewels are 5000 years old. Professor Kimberly Williams led the international research group. She presented a valuable discovery at the international exhibition in Barcelona. xcavations were carried out at the site where settlements were located in the Bronze Age. Scientists found a…

  • News Headlines3000 year old ancient settlements discovered in Oman

    3,000-year-old ancient settlements discovered in Oman

    (ORDO NEWS) — Archaeological research in the province of Qurayat in Oman has revealed numerous archaeological and historical settlements, some of which are over 3,000 years old. Qurayat is located southeast of Muscat, the port capital of Oman, in an area stretching between the municipality of Al-Amerat and the Wilayat of Sur. Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulhamid al-Hussein, chair of the department of archeology at Sultan Qaboos University’s (SQU) College of…

  • News HeadlinesBronze Age stone board game found in Oman 1

    Bronze Age stone board game found in Oman

    (ORDO NEWS) — Archaeologists working in the deserts of the Middle East have discovered a board game in an ancient settlement that people played four thousand years ago. The excavations are carried out as part of the Omani-Polish project “Development of settlements in the mountains of Northern Oman in the Bronze and Iron Ages” under the joint leadership of Professor Piotr Bieliński from the Polish Center for Mediterranean Archeology of…