‘ Sharjah Archaeology Authority (SAA), organized a new lecture via “Zoom” system, presented by Dr. Atta Al Manan Ja’far, head of the Department of Applied Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science, University of Sharjah, under the title “physical techniques in archaeology”. The lecture sheds light on the techniques available for archaeological history, from radiocarbon to electronic resonance, as well as the analysis techniques represented by X-ray, isotope analysis, and other techniques in the science of analysis, The lecturer said: a real breakthrough in archaeology occurred in the mid-twentieth century when geophysical survey techniques were used in the discovery of several archaeological sites buried underground. The lecturer considered that these techniques are one of the most important means of studying antiquities for the purpose of discovering, preserving, restoring, or rooting them, and the objectives of studying them, and taking note of everything related to this science, the lecturer touched on the value of monuments historically, tourism, cultural, religious, economic, and aesthetic, and he presented a number of archaeological assets and finds which are available in archaeological sites in the emirate of Sharjah. The number of attendees reached 100 including specialists, scholars and observers, and their questions and inquiries varied. They learnt from this lecture precious knowledge on archeology and its outputs.