these collections is the gliding does that were used in the 17th century; gliding doors were used to grace the in the entrance of Ka’ba, which was one of the holiest Islamic sanctuaries of that time.
Additionally, Roads of Arabia features some of some of oldest human tools; it is a collection of ancient art work that many people has been considered an exploration of the historical and cultural development of the Arabian society. Another eye opening piece of ancient work featured in this collection is the al-Hamra cube: According to archeologists, this piece is a confirmation of the existing integrated Mesopotamian and Egyptian motifs into the religious dimensions of the ancient period. Roads of Arabia is also an evidence that indeed there was a connection between Syria, Arabia and Egypt owing to the fact that it features some artifacts i.e. ancient incense that was used in the three