– Two recently published studies detail nature and significance of apparent ceremonial offerings in mustatils, Neolithic structures where deposits of horns and skull parts suggest a sophisticated expression of deeply rooted beliefs
– Research is supported by Royal Commission for AlUla as part of globally significant fieldwork
– Inaugural AlUla World Archaeology Summit to gather a wide range of leaders starting Sept 13
ALULA, Saudi Arabia, Sept. 11, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Results of two recent archaeological excavations supported by the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) demonstrate that the Neolithic inhabitants of north-west Arabia conducted “complex and sophisticated ritual practices” in the late 6th millennium BCE.
The unprecedented findings open unsuspected horizons for a broader understanding of the social, cultural and spiritual background of the ancient peoples of north-west Arabia.
Originally published at https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/discovery-of-ancient-horn-chamber-reveals-ritual-performed-at-enigmatic-stone-structures-of-north-west-arabia-301923375.html
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