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During the Pre-Islamic era the city at the site was called Hajr ( Arabic : حجر ‎), and was reportedly founded by the tribe of Banu Hanifa . [3] Hajr served as the capital of the province of Al Yamamah , whose governors were responsible for most of central and eastern Arabia during the Umayyad and Abbasid eras. Al-Yamamah broke away from the Abbasid Empire in 866 and the area fell under the rule of the Ukhaydhirites , who moved the capital from Hajr to nearby Al Kharj . The city then went into a long period of decline. In the 14th century, North African traveller Ibn Battuta wrote of his visit to Hajr, describing it as "the main city of Al-Yamamah, and its name is Hajr". Ibn Battuta goes on to describe it as a city of canals and trees with most of its inhabitants belonging to Bani Hanifa , and reports that he continued on with their leader to Mecca to perform the Hajj .


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