Mahlib Al Naaqa

The Mahlab al-Naqa, also spelled Mahlib Annaqa, is a sixth century BCE carved stone-basin, located in the Khuraybah area of al-Ula Governorate, Saudi Arabia. It was most likely a purification basin carved in front of a Lihyanite temple. The name means the “milking bowl of the camel”, referring to a local tradition of this being the basin which used to be filled with the milk of prophet Saleh’s camel.

 

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