The petroglyphs near Taween, a village in Fujairah’s scenic Wadi Ghub, characterize one of a number of such representations within the local mountain area. They paint an ancient picture of prehistoric civilization and practices that include agriculture.
Believed to date as far back as the Iron Age, if not further into the prehistoric past, they offer insight to early societies and their environment. To reach one such example, named Hagar al Khayl – signifying the carving on a rock of a horse and its rider – it requires about an hour’s hike through Wadi Ghub’s serene mountain wilderness.
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