Ibri is a town and Wilayat within the vicinity Az Zahirah, in northwest Oman. The Wilayat of Ibri is distinguished via its archaeological landmarks which includes forts, castles, and towers. In 1979 the biggest metal hoard in the historic Near East got here to light in ʿIbri-Selme. Also, there are the stays of the city of Bat, that's the second one archaeological web page to be categorized by way of UNESCO on the listing of worldwide history and subculture sites, after the Bahla Fort in the A’Dakhliya district.
The protohistoric archaeological complicated of Bat, al-Khutm and al-Ayn represents one of the most complete and well preserved ensembles of settlements and necropolises from the third millennium BCE international. The middle website is a part of the present day village of Bat, within the Wadi Sharsah about 24 kilometres east of the town of Ibri, inside the Al-Dhahira Governorate of north-western Oman. Further extensions of the website online of Bat are represented through the enormous tower at al-Khutm and through the necropolis at Al-Ayn.