Dhambalin

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Dhambaliin
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Meesha ka dhacdo Somaliland

Deegaanka: Dhambalin, Togdheer, Somaliland
Nooca: farshaxan hore
Isticmaalka: xarun dalxiis

Dhambalin (ama Dhambaliin) waa goob farshaxan wakhti hore oo dhacda waqooyi-galbeed gobolka Togdheer, Somaliland. Dhambalin waa buur jeexeed ka kooban farshaxanka dhagaxaanta taasi oo ay sameeyeen dadkii hore. Waxaa lagu qiyaasay in farshaxankani yahay ilaa 5,000 sanno jir.[1]

Hordhac[wax ka badal | wax ka badal xogta]

Dhambalin waxay ka mid tahay goobaha leh farshaxankii wakhtiyadii hore ee laga helo geyaanka Soomaalida ee Geeska Afrika. Farshaxankan waxaa ka muuqda sawiraanta xoolo kala duwan sida lo' geesoleey iyo adhi. Sidoo kale waxaa ka muuqda halgeri iyo noocyo kale oo xayawaan ah. Sanadkii 2007 ayaa la ogaaday farshaxanka buurta dhambiil[2] Goobtani waxay ka mid tahay ilaha Dalxiiska Somaliland.

Taariikh[wax ka badal | wax ka badal xogta]

Khubaro caalami ah ayaa cilmibaadhis ku samaysay farshaxanka Dhambaliin, kuwaasi oo sheegay in farshaxanku jiro wakhti ka badan 5,000 sanno.[3] Sidoo kale, waxaa la sheegay in farshaxanku markhaati ka yahay dadka xoolo-dhaqatada ah ee ku noolaa deegaanada Geeska Afrika. Goobta Dhambaliin waxay ka mid tahay meelaha ay aqoonsatay hay'adda UNESCO (World heritage site) ee dhaxalgalka ah.[4]

Juquraafiga[wax ka badal | wax ka badal xogta]

Dhambaliin waxay dhacdaa 40 miles (64 km) qiyaas ujirta Badacas. Magaalada ugu dhow waxaa loo yaqaanaa Beenyo Dhaadheer.

Sidoo kale fiiri[wax ka badal | wax ka badal xogta]

Tixraac[wax ka badal | wax ka badal xogta]

  1. Alberge, Dalya (September 17, 2010). "UK archaeologist finds cave paintings at 100 new African sites Scientist unearths 5,000-year-old rock art, including drawing of a mounted hunter, in Somaliland". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 May 2013. 
  2. Mire, Sada (December 2008). "The Discovery of Dhambalin Rock Art Site, Somaliland". African Archaeological Review. 3-4. 25 (3–4): 153–168. doi:10.1007/s10437-008-9032-2. 
  3. Mire, Sada (2008). "The Discovery of Dhambalin Rock Art Site, Somaliland The Discovery of Dhambalin Rock Art Site, Somaliland". African Archaeological Review. 25 (3–4): 153–168. doi:10.1007/s10437-008-9032-2. 
  4. "'First-aid' needed for 5,000-year-old Somali cave paintings". Karst World.Com. 5 February 2011. Retrieved 27 May 2013.