3,000-year-old fingerprints found at ancient village in Al Ain

June 2, 2019 - General

Three-thousand-year old fingerprints have been found on ancient bricks at an Iron Age village in Al Ain. The impressions are believed to come from workers who were building a wall at Hili 2 — a Unesco World Heritage Site.

The fingerprints of a worker who helped build a wall in ancient Al Ain 
[Credit: DCT – Abu Dhabi]The major discovery provides evidence of a skilled network of craftsmen adept at construction in what is…

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