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HARAPPAN FINDS IN A TOMB AT RAS AL-KHAIMAH, U. A. E.
Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies
Vol. 16, Proceedings of the Nineteenth SEMINAR FOR ARABIAN STUDIES held at Oxford on 30th July - 1st August 1985 (1986), pp. 23-24
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I appreciate the provided link. It does make one wonder what else may be submerged nearby that has not yet been discussed, Not to mention that if there are such locations they didn't just spring up over night and that in fact had a development periods even older than has been estimated.
The findings of Bet Dwarka may be divided into two broad periods: Pre-historic period which includes a small seal of conch shell engraved with a three-headed animal motif, two inscriptions, a copper fishhook and late Harappan pottery (circa 1700–1400 BC) and the Historical period consisting of coins and pottery. Onshore and inter-tidal zone explorations have indicated some kind of shoreline shifting around the Bet Dwarka island as a few sites get submerged during high tide.