Archeologists Constructed This Sculpture Of A Nabataean Woman In AlUla


AlUla is quite a historical place and is known to pan back thousands of years. AlUla was actually a settlement area between the pilgrimage route from Damascus, Syria to Makkah, Saudi Arabia in the 12th century. The settlers, named the Nabataean Kingdom, also known as Nabatea, were a political state that controlled many trade routes of the region.

Archeologists have been studying this region for a while and re-constructed this sculpture of a Nabatean woman 

She is said to have died in the first century BC

The details on this thing are amazing! Her name is ‘Hanat’ and was made by archeologists in the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate.


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