Uganda dating line
There have been discoveries of Paleolithic stone tools in caves in southern and central Oman, and in the United Arab Emirates close to the Straits of Hormuz at the outlet of the Persian Gulf (UAE site (Jebel Faya).
The stone tools, some up to 125,000 years old, resemble those made by humans in Africa around the same period.
Seljuk power even spread through Oman to Koothanallur in South India.
This offered a brief window of time for humans to easily cross the sea and cross the Peninsula to opposing sites like Jebel Faya.The northern half of Oman (beside modern-day Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, plus Balochistan and Sindh provinces of Pakistan) presumably was part of the Maka satrapy of the Persian Achaemenid Empire.By the time of the conquests of Alexander the Great, the satrapy may have existed in some form and Alexander is said to have stayed in Purush, its capital, perhaps near Bam, in Kerman province.From 135,000 to 90,000 years ago, tropical Africa had megadroughts which drove the humans from the land and towards the sea shores, and forced them to cross over to other continents.
The researchers used radiocarbon dating techniques on pollen grains trapped in lake-bottom mud to establish vegetation over the ages of the Malawi lake in Africa, taking samples at 300-year-intervals.From the 2nd half of the 1st millennium BDE waves of Semitic speaking peoples migrated from central and western Arabia to the east.