The American Middle East Institute is proud to co-present
with Carnegie Museum of Natural History
the Grand Opening Exhibition Gala of Roads of Arabia

Grand Royal Opening in Pittsburgh of Saudi’s “Roads of Arabia”
Friday Evening, June 21, 2013

With His Royal Highness Prince Sultan Bin Salman
Chair of the Saudi Arabian Commission for Tourism and Antiquities

 Roads of Arabia is an eye-opening look at the largely unknown cultural history of the Arabian Peninsula and draws on recently discovered archaeological material never before seen in North America.  The exhibit travels to Pittsburgh in June from the Smithsonian in Washington DC and previously was at the Louvre in Paris.

Dating back 7,000 years, the exhibition features objects excavated from several sites throughout the Arabian Peninsula that trace ancient trade routes and pilgrimage roads stretching from Yemen in the south to Iraq and Mediterranean cultures in the north.

Roads of Arabia will be on display at  Carnegie Museum of Natural History from
June 22, 2013 until November 3, 2013.

Donation of $1,000 per person to benefit Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the American Middle East Institute.

For corporate sponsorship information and to attend the private royal gala,
please contact Maria Hastings: or 412.995.0076