While his stay here at Tayma Nabonidus built this palace, whose remains are these. Tayma was an important oasis, from where lucrative Arabian trade routes could be controlled. The Assyrians before him had already attempted to do the same.
|c. 550 BCE||These are believed to be the remains of Nabonidus' palace (Qasr al Radhm) at al Mubbayat, Tayma||Saudi Archaeology|
|Latest Update: October 26, 2016|