Sites & cities that bear the name of Rumailah


First trace of activity : ca. 12th century B.C.E
Last trace of activity : today
Recorded names : ٱلرٌّمَيْلَة‎, Al-Rumaylah

Description : Rumailah (Arabic: ٱلرٌّمَيْلَة‎) is an archaeological site in Al Ain, UAE, as well as the site of a thick-walled coral and adobe fort, thought to date to the early 20th century.Located three kilometres west of Hili Archaeological Park, the rectangular mound at Rumailah is thought to have been home to populations dating back to the late Umm Al-Nar period, yielding buildings and artefacts from a more recent, major Iron Age II settlement dated from around 1,100-500 BCE.

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