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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

JABEL FAYA

JABEL FAYA


Published: August 2, 2022

Jabal Al Faya is located in the central region of the Emirate of shariah and is one of the most important sites of the paleolithic period in the Arabian peninsula ,The  results of archaeological finds indicate that humans in that era repeatedly settled the rock shelter site in Jabel Al Faya 210,000 years ago , making it the oldest     known human place so far in the Arabian Peninsula.


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A guide to the glass industry in Dibba Al-Hisn, Emirate of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates – an archaeological study

A guide to the glass industry in Dibba Al-Hisn, Emirate of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates – an archaeological study


Published: January 1, 2020
Publisher : Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 30
Author : عطا المنان / عيسى يوسف / صباح جاسم

This article presents the analysis of glass alloys discovered in an archaeological site in the city of Dibba Al-Hisn in the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, using X-ray spectroscopy in order to determine their primary components and their association with broken glassware discovered at the same site.


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Ancient Arab coins discovered at the archaeological site of Mleiha

Ancient Arab coins discovered at the archaeological site of Mleiha


Published: January 1, 2021
Publisher : Bulletin of Misho Museum Volume 21 (2021)
Author : Sergey Lapteff / Sabah Aboud Jasim / Eisa Yousif

This scientific research presents a group of ancient Arab coins discovered at the archaeological site of Mleiha, where this site is considered a distinguished site with regard to ancient archaeological coins, due to the discovery of a coin casting mold in 1991 AD, in one of the facilities of the Great Fort, in conjunction with the presence of a large number of bronze and silver coins .


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Royal Indian combs from Dibba Al-Hisn (Emirate of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates)

Royal Indian combs from Dibba Al-Hisn (Emirate of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates)


Published: January 1, 2021
Publisher : nomina in aqua scripta Homenaje a Joaquin Maria Córdoba Zoilo
Author : صباح جاسم عبود / عيسى يوسف

This article provides an accurate description and a scientific and technical analysis of the Indian ivory combs that were found among a large number of artifacts in an underground tomb in the city of Dibba Al Hisn in the Emirate of Sharjah.


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Neolithic cremation in south-east Arabia: archaeological and anthropological observations at FAY-NE10 in the Emirate of Sharjah (UAE)

Neolithic cremation in south-east Arabia: archaeological and anthropological observations at FAY-NE10 in the Emirate of Sharjah (UAE)


Published: April 1, 2012
Publisher : Arabian archaeology and epigraphy
Author : Adelina U.Kutterer / Stefanie Doppler / Margarethe Upermann / Hans-Peter Uerpmann

This research studies the charred human bone fragments that were found in a small cave in Jabal Al Faya, located in the Emirate of Sharjah, which date back to the Neolithic age according to the results of the radiocarbon dating process.


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Excavations at Jebel Faya — The FAY-NE1 shelter sequence

Excavations at Jebel Faya — The FAY-NE1 shelter sequence


Published: January 1, 2014
Publisher : Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 44
Author : Knut Bretzke / Nicholas J. Conard / Hans-Peter Uerpmann

This article studies the FAY-NE1 site located in Jebel Faya, which is key to the study of early human history in the southeastern Arabian Peninsula. This site went through a series of settlement periods covering a time period of at least 210,000 years, which left behind a huge amount of sedimentation at the Jebel Faya site, making this site a cornerstone of Paleolithic research in the Arabian Peninsula.


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