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Hamasa is an area currently in the Buraimi area in Oman. Hamasa, for the period of 200 years, was the capital of the Buraimi district (at that time a part of Saudi Arabia).
Hamasa's history dates back thousands of years, and in 2015 was the site of archaeological investigations undertaken by Sultan Qaboos University, the Omani Ministry of Heritage & Culture and Zayed University.
The Hamasa is also a collection of early Arabic poetry, extolling virtues such as bravery, courage and honor.
- "The long read: has a lost Arab capital been found on the Oman-UAE border?". The National. Retrieved 25 October 2015.
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