Riyadh . An 8000-year-old archaeological site has been discovered in the south-west of Saudi Arabia’s capital, Riyadh. This place has been found on the site of Al-Faw of Saudi Arabia. In this study, high quality aerial photography, drone footage with control points, remote sensing, laser sensing and many other surveys were used.
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Jabal Lahak Sanctuary has an inscription referring to Kahl, a deity of al-Faw. A well-planned city has been unearthed at this site apart from the cultural wealth. On whose corner are four towers. This archaeological study has revealed a complex irrigation system, including canals, water bodies and hundreds of pits, in the world’s driest land and harsh desert environments.