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The archeology and museums department only two related links are working and date back to 2014.
Sultan bin Saif al-Bakri, Director of Excavations and Archaeological Studies Department at the Ministry of Heritage and Culture said that the archaeological excavations uncovered the oldest production of copper smelting sites, which date back to 3200 BC, or the so-called "Hafeet" period, in addition to a towerthat is one of the oldest archaeological towers belonging to that period.
Archaeologists found coins and five copper buckle belts similar to those worn in London during the Middle Ages, and estimate they date back to the period between 1250 and 1450.
Archaeologists have also discovered other items which they believe could date back even further - possibly to around 6,000BC - although they need to do further extensive work before confirming those finds.
Heart-stopping glamour, outlandish pageantry, small armies of stylists, even the mad rush for fashion freebies all date back to the early days of Oscar, according to Bronwyn Cosgrave in her new book "Made for Each Other: Fashion and the Academy Awards.
The tradition is thought to date back to the early 14th Century, when the Lord of the Manor encouraged locals to go out and forage in the surrounding countryside to gather what they could to survive the bitter winter.
The nearly 18 million records in the citation-only database include records created by EBSCO Publishing's abstracting-and-indexing operation with proprietary data dating back to 1985 and citations for some titles back to the '60s and '70s; records from EBSCO host Electronic Journals Service, some of which date back to the early '80s; and records licensed from The British Library Document Supply Centre, covering its entire 20,000-title collection dating back to 1993.
The posters, which date back as far as the 1930s, are expected to fetch between pounds 300 and pounds 800.
Indexing dates back to 1983; abstracts date back to 1994.
Private-sector dance organizations, such as Dance Masters of America, date back to the mid-1800s, and some studios date back to long before that.