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Scientific Publications
Civilizational and cultural treasure is found in these various editions of specialized books, rich reports, and valuable publications that will take you through the past ages, echoing a civilization’s voice that is still reverberating across Sharjah.

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Archaeology Yearbook

An era of gold / the second era

An era of gold / the second era


Published: November 30, 2022

This book is considered an era of gold, a journey in the collection of Mr. Abdullah bin Jassim
Al-Mutairi, one of the most important books in the history of Islamic coins because it represents
a specialized academic scientific study of a group of coins kept in the collection of Mr. Abdullah
bin Jassim Al-Mutairi, and it is clear from the title of the book that all of them are gold coins that
represent The Islamic era since the time of the Messenger Muhammad, God’s prayers and
peace be upon him, until the fourteenth century Hijri, and it belongs to more than three
hundred families and countries established in the land of Islam throughout this long history of
Islamic civilization, and then the title of the book was chosen to be (an era of gold) to be a
witness to the greatness of Islamic civilization throughout fourteen years A century ago, and in
this era, the writer deals with the topic of the general critical context of the Islamic regions and
states (Morocco and Andalusia – Egypt and the Levant)


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Studies in ancient Arab coins in the Arabian Peninsula

Studies in ancient Arab coins in the Arabian Peninsula


Published: November 29, 2022

Coins are considered historical, cultural, and commercial documents, and their study will possibly shed
an important light on the conditions of the regions of the Arabian Peninsula during the past historical
periods, which are still waiting for more studies and research in this field. Describing and analyzing the
shapes, symbols, and inscriptions appearing on them provides valuable information about the people
who produced them, the societies that traded them, their political systems, their religious beliefs, their
economic livelihood, their commercial activities, and their international relationships.


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ANNUAL SHARJAH ARCHAEOLOGY ISSUE 20

ANNUAL SHARJAH ARCHAEOLOGY ISSUE 20


Published: November 28, 2022

We are pleased to present this new issue of the Sharjah archaeology Yearbook issue 20 to add to the series of previous topics concerned with publishing the result of recent Archaological discoveries in the Emirate of Sharjah. and contains six reports several forgian archaeological teams submitted these during the past year and early this year.


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SHARJAH: GATEAWAY TO THE TRUCIAL STATES

SHARJAH: GATEAWAY TO THE TRUCIAL STATES


Published: November 28, 2022

We are honoured to propose this property in the Emirates of Shariah for inclusion on the ISESCO Islamic world Heritage List. The accompanying submission comprise of the historic town in the Heart of Shariah and Al Hisn ( Shariah Fort ) , that one served as the headquarter of Shariah Government and centre of justice and defence. We believe that these heritage sites share stories of international significance that exhibit Shariah as the first state in the region to sign an agreement with the British of this kind, thus establishing itself as the peaceful gateaway to the Trucial States


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Fatimids Mosques

Fatimids Mosques


Published: September 20, 2022

This book discusses mosques built during the Fatimid era in Mahdia,
Sirte, Ajdabiya, and Cairo, some of which remained intact and some
of which were altered, and it is based on a treatise originally titled
(Fatimid Mosques, Their History and Architecture). Given the
significance of the mihrab in mosque architecture, I included an
article titled “The Rightness in the Relationship Between the Mosque
and the Mihrab” that opened the book’s pages which were the
introduction pages of the book.


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The excavation of a camel cemetery at Mleha, Sharjah, U.A.E.

The excavation of a camel cemetery at Mleha, Sharjah, U.A.E.


Published: January 1, 1999
Publisher : Arabian archaeology and epigraphy
Author : Sabah Abboud Jasim

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