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Seminar entitled (Mesopotamia and Sindhi influences on the Arabian Gulf, seals as model).

Within the scientific activity of the Department of Ancient Iraqi Archeology in our college, Dr. Hussein Al-Enezi delivered a lecture entitled “Mesopotamian and Sindhi Influences on the Arabian Gulf, Seals as a Model” on Tuesday, 14/1/2019. To talk about the civilization of Mesopotamia and the Valley of Sindh, is an important and prominent impact on the effects of the Arabian Gulf civilization especially in the manufacture of seals and forms and types of decorations that embossed on them. The seals began in the Arabian Gulf and were circular in shape at the time of the appearance of cylindrical seals in Mesopotamia, Some of the inscriptions of the Mesopotamian beliefs have arrived, and some of the cylindrical seals dilmunia bore some of the Illustrations of the Sindh civilization.

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