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SAA DISCOVERS OF MYTHICAL CREATURE STATUE FROM ROMAN EMPIRE
Published: 05.12.2021
Sharjah Archaeology Authority (SAA) announced the discovery of a new artifact in Mleiha area, Sharjah.
Sharjah Archaeology Authority organizes a field tour to Khor Fakkan for the Sharjah Commerce & Tourism Development Authority
Published: 10.01.2021
The Sharjah Archaeology Authority organized a field tour to several important archaeological and historical sites in Khor Fakkan for a delegation from the Commerce and Tourism Development Authority. The tour included visits to Khorfakkan Portuguese fort, Al Adwani Tower, Khorfakkan Fort Museum, the archaeological wall, and the historical area in Al Zubara, with the aim of promoting tourism in the emirate of Sharjah.  
Sharjah Archaeology Authority organizes a virtual lecture entitled “The Use of Non-Destructive Ultrasound Technology in Examining Archaeological Objects and Compositions”
Published: 06.01.2021
The Sharjah Archaeology Authority (SAA) organized a virtual lecture entitled “The Use of Non-destructive Ultrasound Technology in Examining Archaeological Objects and Compositions”. During the lecture, Dr Abdul Rahim Ahmed, from the College of Archaeology and Anthropology at Yarmouk University in Jordan, spoke about the process of conducting ultrasounds on artefacts, and examining stone blocks and structures as a technique of maintenance and restoration.
“Culture and Identity of Sharjah Archaeological Heritage” exhibition concludes at the National Museum of Archaeology in Lisbon
Published: 03.01.2021
The “Culture and Identity of Sharjah Archaeological Heritage” exhibition, held at the National Museum of Archaeology in Lisbon, has successfully concluded its program. On December 31, 2020, the President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, visited the exhibition and was accompanied by Dr Antonio Carvallo, Director of the National Museum of Archaeology in Lisbon.
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