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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

Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 19

Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 19


Published: January 1, 2021

By the end of 2021, which coincides with the expected date of the issuance of the new issue of the Annual Sharjah Archaeology Magazine, we would like to underscore the fact that this year was a continuation of the case that prevailed in the past year due to the critical juncture caused by the large scale epidemic. This situation has, naturally, led to a reduction in the range of activities related to Archaeological Survey and excavation by foreign excavation missions operating on the lands of Sharjah.


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Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 18

Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 18


Published: January 1, 2020

This new issue of the “Sharjah Antiquities” yearbook is issued, and the world is still living in an unprecedented atmosphere due to the pandemic pandemic that casts a dark shadow over every place, and for all academic activities and research, in spite of you. It was represented in organizing a number of lectures, in addition to holding seminars, which dealt with presenting the results of archaeological excavations, and discussing related future projects.


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Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 17

Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 17


Published: January 1, 2019

This edition presents the results of the Portuguese archaeological excavation expedition’s works at Kalba area and eastern coast during the years 2017 – 2018 G. The issuance of this edition coincided with the opening of Sharjah Archaeological exhibition in Lisbon in Portuguese.


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Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 16

Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 16


Published: January 1, 2018

The edition contains 16 reports on the results of the fieldwork such as geophysical investigations conducted by the Belgium expedition in Mleiha, the important discovery of the tomb of “Amd” the Omana King’s Advisor, in late 2015 G. There is a report on the fieldwork in both sites of Muweleh and Tal Abraq 2014-2017 by a number of experts and archeologists. There is also the Japanese expedition’s report in Diba Al Hisn, in addition to an initial report about the exploration operations at Faya mountain and Al Bhais Mountain by a joint German-local team. We also look forward to a report on Oasis civilization at Al Madam Plain for years of 2016 and 2017 by the Spanish mission.


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Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 15

Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 15


Published: January 2, 2018

It includes a number of reports on the results of archaeological excavation works in a number of archaeological sites, including a report on important tombs from Bronze Age at Faya Mountain area by the national team from Sharjah Archaeology Authority. The other report is on fieldwork at the central area by the German expedition for the years 2014 and 2015. There is an initial report on Belgium expedition’s works at Mleiha in 2014; in addition to the expedition’s report on the results of its works in 2009, 2012, and 2015. The last report includes the results of excavation works for seasons of 2015 and 2016 in Wadi Al Helo.


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Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 14

Sharjah Archaeology Annual Magazine 14


Published: January 1, 2018

The annual magazine No. 14 includes a number of archaeological reports highlighting the excavations conducted by various foreign missions in some archaeological parts in Sharjah emirate including Tal Abraq by the American expedition during 2010 – 2013. They also carried out archaeological investigations at Hemriay area in 2012 – 2013. There is another report on fieldwork at internal areas by the German expedition, in addition to a report about re-formation of the landscape in Al Ghaba mountain region by another German team. The last report was by another German team, highlighting the Japanese archaeological expedition’s works at Diba Al Hisn


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