There is still much to explore and discover about the site, including the location of a cemetery.The only body, that has been found, is that of an adult male. We selected best love chatrooms video and audio chatting rooms easy to use only [email protected]$Www. No registration required, no need to have anything to talk online [email protected]$Www. Apart from the two sites in the UAE, Christian sites have been identified in the Gulf area on Failaka and Akaz, two islands off Kuwait, and Jubail and Jebel Berri on the Gulf coast of Saudi Arabia.There are also reports of at least one, but a possible two church sites in Qatar.Their is no proof, but it is certainly possible that the monastic communities could have been involved in the profitable pearling trade.
Since its discovery in the early 1990s, another church has been found on Marawah island, and together they form the only evidence, to date, of Christianity in the UAE during the pre-Islamic and early Islamic eras.The high technical and artistic standard of the stucco decorations that were found, suggest that the settlement on Sir Bani Yas was an important one.The walls and floors of the monastery church, as well as the other buildings, were covered in a fine plaster finish that was richly decorated, combining Christian (both Latin and Greek crosses), Classical Roman (geometric designs and vine scrolls), as well as Sasanian (floral designs and palmettes) motifs.It was found buried adjacent to the platform just outside of the eastern gate of the church.Tree planting destroyed much of the burial site, but it could be established that the body was buried on its back with its head at the west end of the grave, typical of Christian burials.