You dont have javascript enabled! Please enable it!
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.

19

Archaeology Yearbook

Wadi Al-Hilu 1 – Bronze Age copper mining and smelting site in the Emirate of Sharjah – UAE.

Wadi Al-Hilu 1 – Bronze Age copper mining and smelting site in the Emirate of Sharjah – UAE.


Published: January 1, 2013
Publisher : معهد عصور ما قبل التاريخ وبداية العصور التاريخية في جامعة توبنغن، ألمانيا.
Author : Johannes Kutterer

This thesis studies the site of copper mining and smelting located in Wadi Al-Hilu in the Emirate of Sharjah. This site is the oldest evidence of metal manufacturing in the southeastern region of the Arabian Peninsula, including direct and indirect evidence that proves the process of metal manufacturing such as: smelting furnaces and workshops The traces of ore processing as well as the presence of a pure copper ingot weighing 4.6 kg was the result of this site.


Views : 3
Late pre-Islamic burials at Mleiha, Emirate of Sharjah (UAE)

Late pre-Islamic burials at Mleiha, Emirate of Sharjah (UAE)


Published: January 1, 2014
Publisher : Arabian archaeology and epigraphy : Volume 25 : Issue 2
Author : Adelina Kutterer / Bruno Overlaet / Christopher E.Miller / Johannes Kutterer / Sabah A. Jasim / Ernie Haerinck

This scholarly article presents a study of pre-Islamic tombs at the archaeological site of Mleiha.


Views : 3
Buried far from home: Sasanian graves at Jebel al-Emeilah

Buried far from home: Sasanian graves at Jebel al-Emeilah


Publisher : Arabian archaeology and epigraphy : Volume 26 : Issue 1
Author : Adelina Kutterer / Sabah A. Jasim / Eisa Yousif

This scientific research studies skeletons found in Jebel Al-Amilah after they were revealed by the winds that removed the light sandy layer that covered them. The results of the radiocarbon dating process showed that these structures dated to the Sassanid period, and this is confirmed by the presence of Sasanian seals with one of these structures. The foregoing indicates the possibility of these people migrating to this part of the land that is today part of the United Arab Emirates.


Views : 3
Excavations at Mleiha 1993-94

Excavations at Mleiha 1993-94


Published: January 1, 2001
Publisher : Arabian archaeology and epigraphy
Author : صباح عبود جاسم

يعرض هذا المقال نتائج عمليات التنقيب التي جرت في عامي 1993 و 1994 في موقع مليحة الأثري، حيث تم الكشف عن أربع طبقات متتالية تضم في داخلها كميات من اللقى الأثرية.


Views : 4
Plant ash glass from the 1st century AD from Dibba Al-Hisn, United Arab Emirates.

Plant ash glass from the 1st century AD from Dibba Al-Hisn, United Arab Emirates.


Published: February 19, 2018
Publisher : Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences
Author : Alicia Van Ham-Meert / Philippe Claeys / Sabah Jasim / Bruno Overlaet / Eisa Yousif / Patrick Degryse

This paper presents chemical and theoretical analyzes of glass from the first century AD, which was excavated in Dibba Al-Hisn (Sharjah – United Arab Emirates). These analyzes revealed the unique elemental and isotopic composition of these materials, which match local geology and provide a strong argument for a previously unknown – possibly local – production site for this material.


Views : 3
Faunal remains from the Islamic fort at Luluyyah (Sharjah, UAE)

Faunal remains from the Islamic fort at Luluyyah (Sharjah, UAE)


Published: May 1, 2017
Publisher : Arabian archaeology and epigraphy : Volume 28 : Issue 1
Author : Margarethe Uerpmann

This scientific research studies the animal remains found in the Luluiya Fort, which dates back to the Islamic period, and categorizes them into three categories: the remains of domesticated animals, the remains of wild or wild animals, and the remains of marine creatures, to find out the reasons for their presence in this place.


Views : 4
error: Alert: Content selection is disabled!!