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[08 October 2015]
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Archaeologists find statue of ancient Yemeni queen
DHAMAR, March 18 (Saba) – A Yemeni archaeologist team has discovered a mosaic statue of a women sitting on a throne with here chest engraved with Musnad letters.

The archaeologists also found other relics including a stone board with faith signs engraved on it.

Two pulls separated by a tree were carved on the stone board, a symbol that was know as "Life's Tree" in ancient Yemeni civilization, director of the authority Ali al-Sanabani said.

Other symbols like crescent were imprinted on found relics.

The discoveries were revealed during excavations at a site in Dhamar province  where the team found  buildings that were used to give sacrifices.

Al-Sanabani expected the site is a trace of the Yatrib city of the Sheba civilization.

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UPDATED ON : Thu, 08 Oct 2015 23:15:17 +0300