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    The funerary avenues (part of one shown here) date back around 4,500 years in Saudi Arabia.(Image credit: Royal Commission for AlUla)Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia have discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues"the longest running fo...
    The funerary avenues (part of one shown here) date back around 4,500 years in Saudi Arabia.(Image credit: Royal Commission for AlUla)Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia have discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues"the longest running fo...
    The funerary avenues (part of one shown here) date back around 4,500 years in Saudi Arabia.(Image credit: Royal Commission for AlUla)Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia have discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues"the longest running fo...
    The funerary avenues (part of one shown here) date back around 4,500 years in Saudi Arabia.(Image credit: Royal Commission for AlUla)Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia have discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues"the longest running fo...
    The funerary avenues (part of one shown here) date back around 4,500 years in Saudi Arabia.(Image credit: Royal Commission for AlUla)Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia have discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues"the longest running fo...
    The funerary avenues (part of one shown here) date back around 4,500 years in Saudi Arabia.(Image credit: Royal Commission for AlUla)Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia have discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues"the longest running fo...
    The funerary avenues (part of one shown here) date back around 4,500 years in Saudi Arabia.(Image credit: Royal Commission for AlUla)Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia have discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues"the longest running fo...
    The top of the inscription from the last king of Babylon shows engravings showing Nabonidus and four symbols.(Image credit: Courtesy Saudi Press Agency)A 2,550-year-old inscription, written in the name of Nabonidus, the last king of Babylon, has been...
    The top of the inscription from the last king of Babylon shows engravings showing Nabonidus and four symbols.(Image credit: Courtesy Saudi Press Agency)A 2,550-year-old inscription, written in the name of Nabonidus, the last king of Babylon, has been...