Hili Grand Tomb stone structures in stoneworking precision Arabia 2400 -2000 BCE.

Hili Grand Tomb dating to about 2400-2000 BCE. Built in a circular form with a diameter of up to 12 metres, and approximately 4 meters high, the tomb was used for the burial of people from the surrounding settlements.
The tomb has two entrances, which are decorated with engraved reliefs portraying human and animals.
In this above image two oryx confronting each other head to head while two Arab figures below holding hands in harmony.
Many other similar tombs are found throughout the area of Hili. In the future an archaeological trail will permit tourists to visit these sites and learn more about the Umm an-Nar culture.

In addition to tombs, there are several Bronze Age forts and settlements within and just outside Hili Archaeological Park. One of these, Hili 8, revealed evidence for the earliest agriculture in the UAE dating to about 5000 years ago. Artefacts from these sites can be seen in Al Ain National Museum.

Hili is near Fossil Valley, an area rich in a variety of fossils dating back many thousands of years to when it was covered by sea.

Northwest entrance of Hili Grand Tomb a multiple grave. Arabia 2400 -2000 BCE

his side of the Hili Grand Tomb shows below two felines eg; pathers, jaguars or pumas terring an oryx apart.
The National Hili Grand Tomb YouTube video 1 min