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The lecture focused on the importance of protecting and preserving a country’s rich heritage Sharjah Archaeology Authority organizes virtual lecture on tangible heritage management
Published: 18.11.2020
Sharjah, 18th November 2020: The Sharjah Archaeology Authority (SAA), recently organized a virtual lecture titled “Managing the Tangible Heritage, Documentation, Conservation and Accessibility” The lecture was moderated by Dr Radwan Abdel Radi, Assistant Professor of Egyptian Archaeology, at the Aswan University, founder and director of the Aswan Center for Civilization and Heritage at Aswan University. He discussed about the significance of the heritage holistically, it’s various patterns, divisions and the importance of preserving and protecting for generations to come.
In dealing with nanoscale, its applications and importance, The Sharjah Archaeology Authority is organizing a virtual lecture on the use of nanotechnology for the treatment and maintenance of antiquities
Published: 05.11.2020
Sharjah, 5th November 2020: The Sharjah Archaeology Authority organized a hypothetical lecture entitled "The use of nanotechnology in the treatment and maintenance of antiquities", in which Dr Manal Maher, a researcher at the Egyptian Center for Nanotechnology and Head of the CT Unit at the Ministry of Antiquities, spoke about the definition of nanoscience, its importance, position and applications in various sciences and fields. Among them is archaeology, especially its importance, and role in the treatment and maintenance of antiquities.
Sharjah Archaeology Authority organizes virtual lecture on Islamic manuscripts Highlighted the various techniques, tools and materials used in these scripts
Published: 28.10.2020
Sharjah, 28th October 2020: Sharjah Archaeology Authority (SAA), recently organized a virtual lecture titled "Islamic manuscripts, tools, techniques and materials used in them,” moderated by Dr. Hassan Ali Hassan, specialist in manuscript restoration, Faculty of Archaeology, Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt.
Sharjah Archaeology Authority organizes virtual lecture on the archaeological heritage in the provinces of Numidia and Mauritania The lecture highlighted six important sites and museums
Published: 21.10.2020
Sharjah, 21 October 2020: Sharjah Archaeology Authority (SAA), recently organized a virtual lecture entitled, "Archaeological heritage in the provinces of Numidia and Mauritania from the 3rdcentury BC to the 3rdcentury AD.” The lecture was moderated by Dr. Hind Ahmed Abu Shaheen, head of tourism, Egyptian Youth Council, who spoke about six sites and museums; including the Cirta National Museum, Jamila Site and Museum, Musée de Timgad, Archaeological Public Museum of Cherchell, Sétif Archaeological Museum and Roman Mosaics.
Sharjah Archaeology Authority organizes virtual lecture on the preservation of ancient silver coins
Published: 14.10.2020
Sharjah Archaeology Authority (SAA), recently organized a remote lecture titled "Preservation of Ancient Silver Coins.” The lecture was presented by Dr. Al-Moataz Billah Al-Shahawi, a member of the American Numismatic Association, researcher at the Getty Foundation, member of the University of California and the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World in New York and a member of the American Alliance of Museums, a PhD researcher in the restoration and maintenance of mineral monuments at Cairo University, and a specialist in antiquities restoration at the Ministry of Antiquities.
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