Location of 105:1-5

by vazir, Friday, August 16, 2013, 01:35 (2110 days ago) @ Adv. AbdusSamad

Here is a indication where the people of Elephant were killed and how:

"For the first time, ,Windol Fliees, the head of an American expedition group found samples in Ma’reb in 1951-1952 in the graveyard or cemetery of Awam Temple called Haied Bin Aqeed. But the important discovery was in 1983 in Shebam Al Garas by the archeology expedition department, which found 26 Mummies at a depth of 60 centimeters, and among all those, only one has survived. Moreover, in 1991 Mummies have been found in the Al Noman mountain in Al Mahweet governorate, and until today their work is not finished as there are many more. In 1994 in Saih Bani Matar, Mummies have been found in natural caves, but unfortunately, no one has examined them until this date; because there are no specialists and experts to study the tombs and the bodies. In 1999, another body was found in Shaoob and finally a local found a Mummy of a small child in Damar.

However, not all mummies that were found belong to Yemenis, “A Mummy has been found which belonged to the 6 century, however the body wasn't preserved by humans, but by natural forces. We presume this mummy belonged to one of the Ethiopian soldiers who served in the Army of (Abraha) when they invaded Yemen. There are two theories about the solider’s death: the first theory was that he was killed in battle, the second theory was that he died because of suffocation by volcanic smoke,” said Dr, Abdul Hakim, who is a tutor at Sana’a University in the Archaeology Department and also the storekeeper at the museum."

Source: Para 4 & 5 of article published in Yemen Times by Hamed Thabet titled “Unlocking the secrets of History”; Monday, Oct. 01, 2007. http://atlantisonline.smfforfree2.com/index.php?topic=4022.0;wap2

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