Badawi pointed out that the Department is currently studying and renovating the Dome of of al-Omari building located in the southeast of the ancient port of Jableh, which dates back
to the 12th century AD .
The history of Iran-South Korea relations dates back
to 1,500 years ago.
A Carbon-14 analysis of the samples proved the site dates back
to 3100 BC.
KP IT Board website under the download menu only offers IT Board Act 2011, while home department data also dates back
"St Cuthbert's Church, which dates back
to the 12th century, is close by and it's assumed that these finds are linked to its presence.
He pointed out that during the excavation, a building that dates back
to the early Bronze Age and to the Um Al Nar period was discovered.
The story of archaeological excavations in Kuwait dates back
to 1957, before the independence of Kuwait, when the British administrator, at the time, invited the Danish exploration mission in Failaka Island, which is located 20 km from Kuwait City.
The earliest reference to milling at Cheddleton dates back
to 1253, and it is possible that the foundations of the South Mill date back to this period.
He added that Al Khashabah site dates back
to the third millennium BC.
He also said that sabotage dates back
to World War II, although it actually dates back
David, who is an artist and whose work is displayed throughout the house, said: "We understand that the original home on this site dates back
to 1540 but the actual house as we know it dates back
to 1895 when it was substantially improved after falling into disrepair.
Colin Wilkes, managing director of Durham Markets, said: "The Market Hall building has a fascinating history dating back to 1851, though the story of the plot of land on which it is built dates back