Truly fascinating collection of archaeological and historical relics from Cyprus and Saudi Arabia locations that consist of the cities of Al Kharj,Riyadh,Tabouk and other locations. These relics were gathered during the early 1970’s by a world traveler who was also in the United States Military. It goes without stating that removing these types of relics today would prove to be quite difficult if unlawful. In this collection there are Shards from Ancient Ruins in Cyprus,Sand from the city of Shorouran,Stone from Roof Cave at “Ayn Heet Waterhole (underground river),” Piece of Rock with ancient drawing from Graffiti Rock near Al Quwayah and a piece of rail from the railroad where “Lawrence of Arabia” attached train in the Northern Providence near Tabouk. One of the more interesting relics is a piece of ancient tile removed from an abandoned palace at the outskirts of the city of Al Kharj. There is also a grouping of gorgeous crystals removed from a tomb and an assortment of stones with a number being semi-precious. Nearly everything is tagged with a label and bagged accordingly. Included are maps and a short typed out travel itinerary by the collector of these relics. There is no way you could take home anything found in this collection today without trouble at customs, with the exception of the sand in your sandals.