Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy
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Edited By: Bruno Overlaet
Online ISSN: 1600-0471
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Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy articles mentioned on the Discovery Channel
Click here to read the Discovery Channel article 'Snake Cults Dominated Early Arabia' by Jennifer Vlegas. Click on the titles to read the two articles made reference to:
An Iron Age II Snake Cult in the Oman Peninsula: Evidence from Bithnah (Emirate of Fujairah)
Revisiting the Snake Burials of the Late Dilmun Building Complex on Bahrain
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