How the discovery of 7,000-year-old stone tools cements Saudi Arabia’s place on the world heritage map

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Thu, 2024-03-14 22:24

LONDON: To the untrained eye, the handful of broken stones found half-buried in an ancient hearth, situated on the banks of a long-vanished lake in Saudi Arabia’s Nefud desert, appear to be little more than that — remnants of a campfire built by a wandering band of Stone Age humans who passed through some 7,000 years ago.

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