Sharjah Archaeology Authority organized, as part of its biweekly lectures, a lecture by Professor Asmaa Ali Zagloul, on Monday, March 14, 2022 AD, entitled: “Vision of Muhammad Ali’s Palace in Shubra through the writings of Giston Wait”, during which she presented part of the ancient history of Egypt, and one of the most important The political figures associated with the history of Egypt, Muhammad Ali, who is considered the founder of the renaissance of Egypt in the modern era, then explained the importance of studying the material origins of the Egyptian civilization on the historical and cultural level, and then concluded her speech with points that contribute to making the recipient closer to the perception and understanding of Egyptian culture.
Sharjah Archaeology Authority organized a lecture on Monday, February 28, 2022, by Professor Dr. Lotfi Ndari entitled: “Roman roads in North Africa: the Carthage-Tebesa Road as a model”, in which he reviewed the most important Roman roads extending in North Africa, stressing their scientific value due to the content they contain Features of the Roman Civilization, taking the Carthage-Tebessa Road as a model for this lecture. He also encouraged young researchers to study such topics, which contain many mysteries that enrich the archaeological lesson.
Sharjah Archaeology Authority organized online lecture entitled: OTTOMAN FORTS AND INSCRIPTIONS on the hajj route from Istanbul to Mecca, on Monday Feb 14, 2022, By Dr. Mehmet Tutuncu, Director Research Centre for Turkish and Arabic World in Holland.
On Monday, January 17, 2022, Sharjah Archaeology Authority hosted a lecture by Professor Dr. Muhammad Hamza Al-Haddad, Professor of Archaeology and Islamic Civilization, entitled “Sustainable Tourism Development in Archaeological and Heritage Sites in Historic Cairo” in which he explained the importance of historic Cairo as a world heritage property, highlighting the thought and vision of the political leadership in Egypt about sustainable tourism development projects in archaeological sites, stressing that the goal of preserving archaeological and heritage sites is to preserve the identity and culture of society.
Sharjah Archaeology Authority hosted a lecture by Dr. Sami Al-Bayadi on Monday evening, January 3, 2022 via Zoom platform, entitled “Discoveries and Excavations in Salah Al-Din Al-Ayoubi Castle in the Chest of the Soldier in Sinai” (Thirty Years of Research, Discovery, and Excavation)”, in which he introduced Salah Al-Din Al-Ayoubi Castle in the Chest of the Soldier in Sinai in terms of being a very important Islamic monument, indicating the value of this castle and its role in unifying the home front against the Franks and then liberating Jerusalem, and stressing the importance of archaeological excavations in investigating and writing the hidden and forgotten history of the castle.