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A Koran dating from the start of the 20th century, is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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A bronze goat dating from Roman period is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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A bas-relief decorated with a lion dating from the fifth to first century BC, is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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An dromedary or Arabian camel dating from the pre-Islamic period is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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Top row carvings dating from the nineth - 13th century, is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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An etched dromedary or Arabian camel dating from the 11th century BC is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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A fragment of inscribed pottery from the IX - X century, is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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A belt belonging to a pilgrim ( XX century) is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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Incense burner dating from the fifth to sixth century BC is displayed during the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP
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A curator explains as French Culture Minister Franck Riester (R), and Amr Al-Madani CEO of the Royal Commission for AlUla, (C), visit the exhibition “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” at the l'Institut du monde arabe (IMA) in the French capital Paris on October 7, 2019. “AlUla: Wonder of Arabia” is the world’s first major exhibition dedicated to exploring the 7,000 years of multilayered history highlighting a pre-Islamic civilization of which very little had been known, and which today archeologists believe had been very prosperous. FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP