Abu Dhabi is the world’s oldest gem on display: one but less than 8,000 years old, and it’s also the proof that has been in place since prehistoric times, have acted in such an object.
The beautiful pearl, in less than half an inch in size, was discovered by some archaeologists, are on Marawah island, off the coast of Abu Dhabi. On the basis of the result, and the building from which the pearl has been dug up, it was determined that the archaeologists found the pearl, however, is 8,000 years old, and dates from 5.800 to 5.600 Bc. It turned out to be to be the world’s oldest gem to go to.
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the Experts believe that the beads were traded with people in Mesopotamia, the ancient Iraq in exchange for pottery and other goods. They were also likely, as the jewelry is worn. As indicated, the 16th-century village location offers a trader with the islands off the coast of Abu Dhabi, as a major source of pearls in it.
The discovery of the oldest pearl in the world, based in Abu Dhabi, makes it clear that much of our recent social and cultural history has deep roots, going all the way back to the beginning of the prehistoric period,” said Mohammed al-Muabarak, the chairman of the department of culture and tourism.
The jewel of the world’s oldest gem, it will be on the 30th of October, for the first time to the public, will be shown at the Louvre museum in Abu Dhabi, at the opening of 10,000 Years, or Luxury.