AlUla's Past Spans from Prehistoric Times to the Present
Burials and funerary monuments evident throughout the landscape
Capital city of Dadan and Lihyan Kingdoms. Water management and development of intensive agriculture in the AlUla Valley. Prosperity from incense trade to Mesopotamia, Egypt and beyond. Ancient North Arabian scripts and languages (best seen at nearby Jabal ‘Ikmah).
Functioned as the southern capital of the Nabataean Kingdom, with Nabataean culture continuing for centuries after the kingdom’s fall. Spectacular carved tomb facades. Water management and development of agriculture in the Hegra Plain. Prosperity from incense trade to the Mediterranean.
Fort at Hegra Southernmost limit of the Roman presence in Arabia
Prosperity from trade and pilgrimage. Water management and development of agriculture in the southern part of the AlUla Valley.
Prosperity from trade and pilgrimage. Water management and intensive agriculture again in the AlUla Valley core.
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