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The Bronze Age Umm Al Nar period spans the period 2600–2000 BCE.

The name is derived from the first excavations which took place at Umm Al Nar, an island on the coast of Abu Dhabi, in 1959.

During excavations at Umm Al Nar, the Ruler's brother, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan visited the dig and told the archaeologists that there were many more such artefacts in Al Ain.

and gives its name to the Hellenistic Mleiha period (now more commonly referred to as the 'late pre-Islamic period'), from 300 BCE onwards, characterised by the extensive fortified compound, 'Mleiha Fort', which was discovered in the late 1990s and is thought to have been possibly the seat of an ancient South Arabian kingdom.

The site, located near Madam, in Sharjah, consists of burial sites spanning the Stone, Bronze, Iron and pre-Islamic ages of human settlement in the UAE.

The remains of settlements, burials and other extensive evidence of human habitation throughout these eras is littered throughout the UAE, with many extensive finds of rich materials in the shape of pottery, jewellery, weapons and both human and animal remains providing archaeologists and researchers with an increasingly sophisticated picture of longstanding involvement in regional trade alongside nomadic cultures eking out a living from the frequently arid and inhospitable desert and mountain environment of the UAE.

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The first modern digs to take place in the Trucial States were led by teams from the Danish Moesgaard Museum in 1959 The first archaeological excavations in the UAE were in 1959, led by Peter Glob and his assistant Geoffrey Bibby.The Mleiha Archaeological Centre displays evidence of the oldest archaeological finds in the UAE, the prehistoric Faya-1 collection, which dates human occupation in the area to 130,000–120,000 BCE and has been linked to the movement of the first anthropologically modern humans from Africa to populate the world.