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The Hafit era, producing distinctive burial sites as well as finds of Jamdat Nasr pottery, stretched from 3100 to 2500 BC.
Umm al-Nar (also known as Umm an-Nar) was a bronze age culture variously defined by archaeologists as existing around 26 BC in the area of the modern-day United Arab Emirates and Oman.
The defeat of the non-Muslims in this battle resulted in the triumph of Islam in the Arabian Peninsula.
In 637, Julfar (today Ras al-Khaimah) was used as a staging post for the conquest of Iran.
During the glacial maximum period, 68000 to 8000 BC, Eastern Arabia is thought to have been uninhabitable.