BHS 37 is a Bronze Age / Iron Age, U-shaped subterranean tomb measuring 3.7m in length and 5.3m in width. Investigations of this tomb resulted in the discovery of human remains and a wide range of funerary offerings that included pottery, beads, bronze tools, and steatite containers. Notable was the excavation of numerous classic Wadi Suq artifacts such as painted beakers.
Citation: Jasim, Sabah Abboud (2012) The Necropolis of Jebel al-Buhais: Prehistoric Discoveries in the Emirate of Sharjah, UAE, pp113-116. Department of Culture and Information, Government of Sharjah, UAE.