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Planning Research on Oman: The End of Lehi’s Trail
|Title||Planning Research on Oman: The End of Lehi’s Trail|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1998|
|Authors||Ball, Terry B., S. Kent Brown, Arnold H. Green, David J. Johnson, and W. Revell Phillips|
|Journal||Journal of Book of Mormon Studies|
|Keywords||Arabia; Archaeology; Bountiful; Lehi's Trail; Old World; Oman|
In February 1998, five Brigham Young University professors spent more than a week together in southern Oman to collect data for future research projects in the area, which seems to correspond to the end of Lehi’s trail in the Old World. Future research must be performed in a professional manner and seek to reconstruct that part of the world in 600 bc. Botanical, archaeological, chronological, mineralogical, geological, and inscriptional studies in the area would depend on acquiring sponsors in Oman and on the availability of resources.
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