Two optically stimulated luminescence age estimates place the Arabian Nubian Complex at approximately 106,000 years old.This provides evidence for a distinct Mobile Stone Age technocomplex in southern Arabia, around the earlier part of the Marine Isotope Stage 5.
In the 6th century, Arabs succeeded in repelling encroachments of these ethnic groups.
Persian domination ended due to the invading Arab Muslims during the Muslim conquest of Persia.
These early migrants running away from the climate change in Africa, crossed the Red Sea into Yemen and Oman, trekked across Arabia during favourable climate conditions.
2,000 kilometres of inhospitable desert lie between the Red Sea and Jebel Faya in UAE.
Samples from the megadrought times had little pollen or charcoal, suggesting sparse vegetation with little to burn.