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Bahrain is defined by its relationship with water. Take the country's name: ‘Two Seas' in Arabic, the focus is not the island's minimal landmass, but the water that laps its shores. So ... More »

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilmun

Dilmun, or Telmun, was an ancient Semitic-speaking country mentioned throughout the history of Mesopotamia from the 3rd millennium BC onwards.

www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-africa/dilmun-civilization-important-location-ancient-mythology-and-trade-004313

Oct 25, 2015 ... Dilmun (Telmun) was a civilization located in the eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula. Although this was quite an old civilization, it is much ...

www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-22596270

May 21, 2013 ... The site in Bahrain, thought to be the location of the enigmatic Dilmun civilisation, was recently discussed at a conference in Manama, the Gulf ...

www.crystalinks.com/dilmun.html

Dilmun (sometimes transliterated Telmun) is associated with ancient sites on the islands of Bahrain in the Persian Gulf. Because of its location along the sea ...

www.thoughtco.com/dilmun-mesopotamian-paradise-trading-culture-170732

Jan 2, 2016 ... The Bronze Age trading center of Dilmun on the Persian Gulf coast was described as a paradise in the earliest cuneiform records of ...

www.britannica.com/place/Dilmun

Sumerian name of an ancient independent kingdom that flourished c. 2000 bce, centred on Bahrain Island in the Persian Gulf. Dilmun is mentioned as a ...

www.penn.museum/sites/expedition/the-indus-civilization-and-dilmun-the-sumerian-paradise-land

But promising and intriguing as it was, the Dilmun-Indus land hypothesis was the product of “arm-chair” scholarship, which needed corroboration from the “field,” ...

www.bibliotecapleyades.net/serpents_dragons/boulay15e.htm

"In Dilmun the raven utters no cry, the lion kills not. The wolf snatches not the lamb, unknown is the grain-devouring bear. The sick-headed says not 'I am ...