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German archaeological team discovers Sabaean Kingdom temple ruins

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  • Kim Noyes
    *German archaeological team discovers Sabaean Kingdom temple ruins* Yemen Observer, Mar 29, 2008 The German Archaeological Institute in Yemen has recently
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      German archaeological team discovers Sabaean Kingdom temple ruins
      Yemen Observer, Mar 29, 2008

      The German Archaeological Institute in Yemen has recently announced that
      one of their teams has discovered a temple in Sirwah, located east of
      Sana'a. The temple dates back to the Sabaean Kingdom, which ruled Yemen
      during the seventh and eighth centuries B.C.E. The temple, known as
      al-Magah, is in good condition, with huge entrance posts and massive
      interior rooms. The German Institutes's manager in Sana'a said that the
      temple's front design and building materials are unique in Yemen. They
      are made of wood and stone, with tower-like protrusions weighing over
      six tons each.

      http://www.yobserver.com/culture-and-society/10013992.html




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