Somalia; The Land of Punt Confirmed!

I don’t like the idea of precious historical and cultural artefacts being dug up now, when corruption and instability in Somalia is rife. Some heartless beings might sell our own history for their own nefarious gains.
Somalia should embark on archeological excavations only when the country is stable enough, so that we can analyse these artefacts in museums and universities.
 
I don’t like the idea of precious historical and cultural artefacts being dug up now, when corruption and instability in Somalia is rife. Some heartless beings might sell our own history for their own nefarious gains.
Somalia should embark on archeological excavations only when the country is stable enough, so that we can analyse these artefacts in museums and universities.
they are stole findings from us, currently in britain.
 
they are stole findings from us, currently in britain.
The British will be good at keeping these artefacts safe for now, but when we ask for them back they’ll point blank refuse. They refused to return a French tapestry back to France (Macron was livid about this) and they still have the Ethiopian Crown Jewels despite the Ethiopian government lobbying for their return.
 
they are stole findings from us, currently in britain.
Imagine how beautiful our Somali museums would be, overflowing with these precious colourful artefacts from a range of great world cultures and civilisations, with the Horn of Africa playing a central role in them :banderas:
 
Imagine how beautiful our Somali museums would be, overflowing with these precious colourful artefacts from a range of great world cultures and civilisations, with the Horn of Africa playing a central role in them :banderas:
somalia is very undiscovered imagine all the hidden history waiting for us:jcoleno:
 
Fourth image is Himyarite, same letters in arabic alphabet say دشتلح
This spells in Somali something like Dashtalex (vowels speculative)
 

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