Unlike the deserts of modern the Arabian Peninsula, it is covered in savannah-like grasslands with rainfall is and permanent rivers are home to crocodiles and herbivorous dinosaurs.
Homo sapiens live a hunter's life across the Peninsula. They form the first organized communities in the region
Groups of Stone Age and Bronze Age tribes occupy the Peninsula They set up trade routes between Arabia and Mesopotamia (Iraq) and the Indus Valley.
Dilmun, the first great civilization on the Peninsula, is founded off the coast of Bahrain.
In Oman, tombs at Bat and Jaylah are erected along the mountain by the Hafit and the Umm An Nar cultures.
The Marib dam bursts its banks, scattering the people of Adz in the Peninsula's most significant migration. Prophet Muhammad is born.