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Glob and his team found trading artefacts, including cylinder and stamp seals, which pointed to trade between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley in the early 3rd and 2nd millennia BC.The buildings in Sar are made of limestone in a repeating L-shape, and a cemetery formed in a honeycomb pattern is located next to the village.
The incredible number of these ancient sites had led archaeologists to assume Bahrain was only a burial ground for neighbouring cultures around the Gulf. In 1954, he and his team found the strongest proof of a connection between Bahrain and the Dilmun civilisation: the Barbar Temple.
Three limestone temples were uncovered, each built on top of each other, dating back to 2500 BC.
Underneath the structures were a water spring and the remains of an ancient basin, believed to have been used in the temple to wash worshippers.
During his career he led excavations of one of the oldest Neolithic sites, discovered on the peninsula of Djursland in Jutland, and was the director of the National Museum in Copenhagen.
In 1949 he accepted a position in Århus as the new chairman of prehistoric archaeology at Aarhus University.
The location indicates a connection to the Mesopotamian gods of creation: Enki, the god of wisdom and freshwater, and his wife, Ninhursag.