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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - ARCHAEOLOGY

Archaeological excavations cast new light on Abu Dhabi’s earliest inhabitants

Posted on 02/02/2017

Remarkable discoveries by archaeologists from Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, at ancient sites on the island of Marawah and in Baynunah, have revealed new information on Abu Dhabi's earliest inhabitants, evidencing a rich history stretching back over 7,000 years. Artefacts excavated from a village on the island of Marawah and in Baynunah indicate that during this time, a sophisticated and highly skilled population were able to trade and thrive in challenging conditions ...  >>MORE

Mleiha project offers excursions until end of Ramadan

Posted on 29/06/2016

Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-tourism Project, one of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority's (Shurooq) most prominent developments, is continuing its special offers for tourists and residents up until the end of Ramadan. The heritage and cultural destination's Holy Month excursion packages are providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy unique desert experiences; including evening tours, "dune bashing” and dining under the stars at the Mleiha Desert Star Lounge. Mleiha's Ramadan ...  >>MORE

A 65-million-year trip back through Abu Dhabi’s geological history

Posted on 01/06/2016

Far from the deserts of today fossil finds reveal that the UAE was once a fertile savannah populated by huge animals such as the four-tusked elephant, sabre-toothed cat and a primitive horse – many of which have left their marks. When was the last time you travelled through time? On Wednesday evening, an archaeologist and a geologist will take to the stage at Manarat Al Saadiyat and invite their audience to do just that. They will take the audience on a journey from the UAE's very distant ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Archaeological Exhibition in Spain attracts more than 45,000 visitors

Posted on 26/05/2016

SPAIN: The Sharjah Archaeological Exhibition, which was organised by the Department of Culture and Information in Sharjah in conjunction with the Autonomous University of Madrid, UAM, at the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, has continuously received visitors to be briefed on a number of important original artefacts that have been discovered in various archaeological sites in the Emirate of Sharjah. The exhibition has seen a high turnout and marked interest from Spanish society of all ...  >>MORE

Shurooq's Mleiha Project takes centre stage at Arabian Travel Market 2016

Posted on 28/04/2016

The Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) has showcased its rich portfolio of tourist projects and leisure destinations to visitors and tourism industry experts during its sixth consecutive participation in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM 2016) at Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Centre. Shurooq's participation at ATM 2016 forms part of its on-going efforts to promote investment prospects in the emirate's tourism sector. During the exhibition, the Shurooq stand ...  >>MORE

Christian monastery found on Sir Bani Yas indicates UAE was an ‘incubator of civilisations’

Posted on 23/04/2016

The Minister of State for Tolerance said the UAE was an "incubator of civilisations" on a visit to the historical Christian monastery on Sir Bani Yas Island on Thursday. Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi said the site, believed to have been built about AD600, showed that these lands had always been accepting of various religions. "Relics unearthed on the island prove that the UAE has been an incubator of civilisations," she said. "The results of archaeological excavations in the Sir Bani Yas Island ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Department of Culture and Information organises an archaeological exhibition in Spanish capital

Posted on 21/04/2016

Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Owais, Chairman of the Department of Culture and Information in Sharjah, opened yesterday in Madrid an archaeological exhibition organised by the department in conjunction with the Autonomous University of Madrid, UAM, in the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, in the presence of Dr. Hessa Abdullah Al Otaiba, UAE Ambassador to the Kingdom of Spain. The opening ceremony was attended by Mohammed Al Qaseer, Director of Cultural Affairs at the Sharjah Department of ...  >>MORE

Ancient burial site found during Fujairah mosque construction

Posted on 11/04/2016

An ancient burial site has been uncovered and saved by archaeologists working with the Fujairah Tourism and Antiquities Authority. The site, which dates to between 2000BC and 1600BC, during the Wadi Suq period, was discovered near a construction site in Al Qurayyah, about 14 kilometres north of Fujairah city, last week. "The burial site was found in the outdoor yard of a mosque that is being constructed in Al Qurayyah," said Dr Kristina Pfeiffer, head of the excavation team from the German ...  >>MORE

How an archaeological find gave Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid a perfect symbol for Expo 2020

Posted on 31/03/2016

Dubai's man-made landmarks have, in the city's short span, rightly won world renown – and none more successfully than the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. It was fitting, therefore, that this was the screen on to which the newly-minted logo of Expo 2020 was projected at its launch on Sunday evening. The fact that Dubai was chosen to host the first World Expo in the Middle East speaks volumes about how far the city has come. But few of the many thousands who gathered for this week's ...  >>MORE

Late stone age life revealed by new excavations on Marawah Island

Posted on 28/03/2016

New archaeological excavations on Marawah Island have uncovered the earliest known inhabitants of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi providing a unique insight into life during the Late Stone Age in Abu Dhabi's western region. A programme of archaeological surveys carried out by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, since 2012 has identified more than 20 major sites on the island, ranging in date from the Late Stone Age period (around 7,500 years ago) to the recent historical period, ...  >>MORE

Sultan Al Qasimi unveils new archaeological treasure dating back to third century BC in Mleiha

Posted on 29/01/2016

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has revealed a new archaeological discovery of major historical significance to the region in the Mleiha Archaeological Centre. The Ruler of Sharjah unveiled the discovery of inscriptions engraved on a tomb that dates back to the third century BC, in the presence of H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah. The historical treasure was discovered by ...  >>MORE

Shurooq completes Phase 1 of Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-tourism Project

Posted on 25/01/2016

The Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) yesterday announced the completion of the phase one of the Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-tourism Project, saying it will create a new tourist attraction in the UAE and the wider Arab region with an estimated Dh 250 million expected to be invested over the next few years. The Mleiha tourist destination, one of the most important archaeological sites in the UAE, has been created in the vicinity of various ruins and burial sites that date ...  >>MORE

Shurooq to unveil details of Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-Tourism project

Posted on 24/01/2016

In the presence of Sheikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairperson of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) will organise a press conference next Sunday at Sheraton Sharjah Beach Resort and Spa to unveil the details of Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-Tourism project. The project, developed by (Shurooq) in collaboration with the Department Of Planning and Survey, Sharjah Environment and Protected Areas Authority and ...  >>MORE

Important Archaeological discoveries in the Emirate of Sharjah: report

Posted on 07/01/2016

Archaeological excavations and surveys carried out in 2015 by Sharjah's Directorate of Archaeology in association with a number of foreign teams have made major new discoveries, according to a report issued by Abdullah Al Owais, Chairman of Sharjah's Culture and Information Department. Among the discoveries are stone tools which may be as much as half a million years old, possibly pushing the history of human occupation of the Emirates back by several hundred thousand years. According to the ...  >>MORE

National Council of Tourism & Antiquities issues e-glossary of archaeological and museum terms

Posted on 31/12/2015

The National Council of Tourism & Antiquities (NCTA) has issued a unified e-glossary of archaeological and museum terms and definitions, and a list of renovation works at archaeological and heritage sites, and buildings. Both, the glossary and the list were compiled and uploaded on the NCTA's website in co-ordination and co-operation with ICCROM-ATHAR (Architectural and Archaeological Tangible Heritage in the Arab Region), a regional conservation centre founded by ICCROM (International Centre ...  >>MORE

500 tombs dating back 2,000 years found in Umm Al Qaiwain

Posted on 29/12/2015

Experts have hailed the discovery of burial sites and artefacts dating back 2,000 years as a significant find in the understanding of the region's history. This month at the Ed-Dur Site, one of the largest archaeological sites in the UAE, teams of archaeologists found about 500 tombs that date from around AD 100 near the ruins of stone houses. Alia Al Ghafli, head of the antiquities and heritage department in UAQ, says the graves – which were made of stones from the sea and were rectangular ...  >>MORE

Bodour Al Qasimi visits Mleiha Eco- tourism and Archaeological Project

Posted on 15/12/2015

Sheikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairperson of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), has recently visited the Mleiha Eco-tourism and Archaeological Project, which is undergoing development by Shurooq in collaboration with the Directorate of Town Planning and Survey, Directorate of Antiquities at the Department of Culture and Information and the Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA), with the aim of establishing a new tourism destination that will attract ...  >>MORE

Ras Al Khaimah adds archaeology to UAE’s tourism offerings

Posted on 13/12/2015

The UAE's brand of hospitality has long been viewed as a lavish one; more luxury retail brands than you can name and all under the same roof, extravagant hotels, and neck-bendingly tall buildings in a country that has been dubbed as the "land of superlatives”. However, the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is working on adding a new offering to that glamorous mix; archaeology (7,000 years' worth of archaeology). According to Haitham Mattar, chief executive officer of Ras Al Khaimah's Tourism ...  >>MORE

A rich history uncovered: Sharjah exhibition showcases unearthed UAQ artefacts

Posted on 03/11/2015

As ancient pagan gods go, Shamash was one of the nicer ones. While others ruthlessly demanded blood sacrifices, sometimes animal, occasionally human, this Mesopotamian deity was associated with truth, justice and healing. From Shamash's name we get the Arabic word Shams, or the Sun. With his light, Shamash was said to banish darkness and evil. The deity appears in the 4,000-year-old Epic of Gilgamesh: "May Shamash give you your heart's desire, may he let you see with your eyes the thing ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in archaeology exhibition in Oman with 50 artefacts

Posted on 27/10/2015

OMAN: The UAE is participating, with 50 historical artefacts from the area, in the 5th Joint Periodic Exhibition on the Archaeology of the Gulf Cooperation Council's Arab States, which is being held in the Omani capital, Muscat, from October 20th - November 19th. The exhibition, which opened in Bait Al Zubair Museum in Muscat, celebrates the archaeological history of the GCC region with 300 artefacts representing the journey of civilisation stretching from prehistoric times through the ancient ...  >>MORE

National Council of Tourism and Antiquities discusses white paper report and list of archaeological sites

Posted on 27/05/2015

The National Council for Tourism and Antiquities, during its 26th meeting chaired by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, has reviewed a white paper report on tourism in the UAE. Mohammed Khamis bin Hareb Al Muhairi, Director-General for the National Council of Tourism and Antiquities, said that the white paper report, which was discussed at the workshop held in Abu Dhabi, has been endorsed to implement integrated and strategic economic ...  >>MORE

FNC passes antiquities draft law

Posted on 21/05/2015

The Federal National Council (FNC) has approved a draft federal law on antiquities, stressing the importance of the law in regulating antiquities' preservation, registration and identification, as well as defining modes of excavation, restoration and strict prohibition against their export. The approval was announced yesterday at the 15th session of the 15th legislative chapter, chaired by the FNC Speaker Mohammed Ahmed Al Murr. The session was attended by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, ...  >>MORE

Another ancient Sharjah site found by archaeologists

Posted on 01/04/2015

Stone axes, scrapers and awls thought to date back hundreds of thousands of years have been unearthed at a newly discovered archaeological site in Al Dhaid. A team of archaeologists from the Department of Antiquities and Tubingen University in Germany found a large quantity of stone tools at the site in the central region of Sharjah. Dr Sabah Jassim, head of the local archaeological team, said the items were believed to be between 200,000 and 500,000 years old. They are being analysed to ...  >>MORE

UAE launches e-registry for national antiquities

Posted on 19/02/2015

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, and Chairman of the National Council of Tourism and Antiquities (NCTA), on Wednesday launched the UAE's national e-registry for antiquities, the first of its kind in the region. 'The registry is one of the most important civilisational projects in the UAE. It is very significant for the nation's future and for safeguarding its cultural legacy. These antiquities prove that the UAE has a rich history since ...  >>MORE

Mass graves, tools and remains of ancient homes discovered in Sharjah last year

Posted on 09/01/2015

Underground burial grounds and the remnants of residential buildings dating from between 500,000 to 1 million years ago were revealed during archaeological excavations across the emirate last year. Pottery and smelting and copper workshops, anvils, hammers and stone tools were unearthed in buildings made with clay brick during digs organised by the Department of Culture and Information in and around Maliha, Wadi Al Helou, Tall Al Abraq, Central Region, Dibba Al Hisn, Al Faya Mountain and ...  >>MORE

UAE among first to create water systems known as falajs

Posted on 18/12/2014

Archaeologists, heritage experts and researchers revealed that the UAE was among the first countries in the world to create the water systems known as falajs, and to create human settlements thousands of years ago. At the Conference on Water and Life in the Arabian Peninsula, experts stressed that the history of oases and falajs in the eastern region of Abu Dhabi and the impact of water on the building and architecture of ancient human settlements represent a global human wealth. The ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority to host final talk in Qasr al Hosn’s current public programme

Posted on 11/11/2014

The final talk in the Qasr al Hosn Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority programme of public activities will take place at the new permanent exhibition located in the Qasr al Hosn Centre. The talk will take participants on a journey of discovery as to how archaeology can help in understanding history and culture in the U.A.E. by looking at changes in material culture. The discussion will also explore how archaeology can assist in interpreting the political, economic and social reasons behind ...  >>MORE

Antiquities Protection Law in the pipeline

Posted on 09/09/2014

Mohammed Khamis Al Muhairi - Director-General at National Council of Tourism and Antiquities, has said the National Antiquities Protection Law to be issued by the Cabinet is deemed a new step forward to preserving and protecting the U.A.E. national heritage in line with the U.A.E. vision 2021. He added that the law would preserve the heritage rights of current and next generations, adding that it calls for protection, face-lifting and banning the exportation of antiquities unless with a ...  >>MORE

Scientists discover 7 million-year-old fossilised monkey tooth in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 04/07/2014

A fossilised monkey specimen, believed to be 6.5 to 8 million years old, has been discovered by scientists on Shuwaihat Island in Abu Dhabi s Western Region, Al Gharbia. An international team of scientists from Hunter College, City University of New York, the Museum for Naturkunde (Natural History) - Berlin, Yale University, and Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, have announced the discovery which could provide important clues as to when, and how, Old World monkeys ...  >>MORE

Monkey tooth gets to the root of U.A.E. life millions of years ago

Posted on 01/07/2014

It has unattractive brown stains, is just a few millimetres across and part is broken off. But a fossilised tooth from Abu Dhabi has yielded fascinating insights into the U.A.E. environment of millions of years ago, and indicated how monkeys may have dispersed from Africa. Found in 2009 but only described in full in a scientific paper published this week, "AUH 1321” is just the second piece of fossil evidence of monkeys in Arabia. It was found in the Baynunah Formation in Al Gharbia and is ...  >>MORE

Studies of the past will help our future, says Nahyan

Posted on 26/06/2014

The studies being undertaken by archaeologists and others of the U.A.E.'s past are of great value for the younger generation as they prepare for the country's future, the Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, said yesterday. He was speaking at a ceremony for recipients of the U.A.E.'s longest-established environmental and heritage prizes, the Sheikh Mubarak bin Mohammed Annual Award for Natural History and Heritage and the Bish Brown Annual ...  >>MORE

New exhibition tracks artefacts from digs to museum

Posted on 08/05/2014

A new exhibition has opened in Sharjah illustrating the journey of ancient objects from the excavation site to the museum. Sharjah Museums Department (SMD) launched the exhibition at Sharjah Archaeology Museum (SAM) on Wednesday. The exhibition, titled "From Site to Museum: The Journey of an Archaeological Artefact”, will run until September 7. It will be presented in three main sections: The first will depict archaeologists' discovery of a find, and how the artefact is cleaned, processed, ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Museums Department explores use of nuclear techniques in archaeology

Posted on 20/04/2014

The Sharjah Museums Department (SMD) recently explored the use of nuclear techniques in archaeology, specifically in determining the age of pottery, papyrus and mummies. Represented by Nasir Al Darmaki, Curator, Sharjah Archaeology Museum, SMD attended a workshop organised by the Arab League of Education, Culture and Science Organisation (ALECSO), after being nominated by the National Council of Tourism and Antiquities. The workshop saw 17 countries from around the world take part, in ...  >>MORE

Vast archaeological site in Sharjah to become eco-tourism destination by year’s end

Posted on 24/01/2014

Work has begun at one of the largest archaeological sites in the region that will, by the end of the year, be opened as an ecotourism destination. A visitor's centre is being built, from where tourists will be able to take tours of the pre-Islamic Umm Al Nar tomb. The centre will be built according to building practices and conventions from about 300BC, the period from which the majority of the site dates. "It's a long process, and we don't want to do it quickly,” said Dr Sabah Jasim, ...  >>MORE

Hafeet area thrives in Stone and Bronze Ages

Posted on 04/08/2013

Jebel Hafeet Tombs Standing tall over the desert, the Hajar Mountain range and the imposing Jebel Hafeet appear as if they have positioned themselves to guard the city and its ancient Bedouin roots, culture and traditions. Archaeologists have found and documented a thriving civilisation that existed in the Hafeet area in the Stone and Bronze Ages with a distinctive culture and character. The remains of an ancient cemetery were discovered in the northern and eastern foothills of the mountain ...  >>MORE

Fossils show Abu Dhabi was once a savannah

Posted on 29/07/2013

Work on the national railway has uncovered fossils up to eight million years old that give an insight into a time when Abu Dhabi's desert sands were lush savannah. Among the finds at the site, south-east of the Ruwais oil refinery, are crocodile, elephant and antelope bones and ostrich egg shells. Fossilised fish, along with traces of the roots of ancient plants, have also been found. The findings date from the late Miocene Epoch, between 6 and 8 million years ago, and help confirm ...  >>MORE

Fossils of extinct rat found in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 27/06/2013

Fossils of a long-extinct breed of cane rat have been found in Abu Dhabi and the creature has been named after a local chickpea dish called dango. The animal was named proto-hummus dango because of its small, round, yellow teeth. It is the first time evidence of its existence has been found. "The small teeth look just like chickpeas do when you cook them and they get slightly squished,” said Mark Beech, coastal heritage and palaeontology manager of historic environment at Abu Dhabi Tourism ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Neolithic sites could become heritage trail

Posted on 19/06/2013

An island off the coast of Abu Dhabi where dozens of pre-historic settlements were found last year could be opened up to the public as part of a heritage trail. An archaeological survey conducted last November on Gagha, a small uninhabited island off the coast of Al Gharbia, by scientists from the UK's University of Southampton, found more than 40 sites that indicate settlements dating back to Neolithic times. Peter Sheehan, historic buildings manager at Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture ...  >>MORE

Geophysical scans in Maliha site in Sharjah

Posted on 22/04/2013

A number of geophysical scan operations have been carried out by the Archaeology administration of the Department of Information in cooperation with a team of German Specialists at the Maliha Archaeological site, using a number of special radar equipment to analyse archaeological levels from different depths. This operation, documented and studied by a computer, allows to define the levels on which buildings and other buried archaeological structures lay. Dr. Sabah Jassim, in charge of the ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Archaeology Museum celebrates its 20th anniversary

Posted on 08/04/2013

Twenty years of archaeological discoveries will be on display at the Sharjah Archaeology Museum, marking its 20th anniversary. The exhibition titled "Our Monuments Narrate Our History" includes findings unearthed since the first local archaeological excavation mission in 1993. The exhibition, which will run until October 7, was officially opened by Sheikh Salem Bin Abdul Rahman Al Qasimi, Director of the Office of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah. Organised by the Sharjah Museums Department ...  >>MORE

Ancient graves unearthed in RAK

Posted on 07/04/2013

Graves dating back to 2000BC mark an impressive archaeological heritage and rich cultural history unearthed during the construction of the Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road project in Ras Al Khaimah, Gulf News has learnt. Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road, earlier known as Emirates Road, is one of the strategic routes in the UAE’s land transport and road network. The Sieh Al Herf site, next to Al Salhiya Road, just off Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road in Ras Al Khaimah, was discovered in October ...  >>MORE

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Archaeological excavations cast new light on Abu Dhabi’s earliest inhabitants


Mleiha project offers excursions until end of Ramadan


A 65-million-year trip back through Abu Dhabi’s geological history


Sharjah Archaeological Exhibition in Spain attracts more than 45,000 visitors


Shurooq's Mleiha Project takes centre stage at Arabian Travel Market 2016


Christian monastery found on Sir Bani Yas indicates UAE was an ‘incubator of civilisations’


Sharjah Department of Culture and Information organises an archaeological exhibition in Spanish capital


Ancient burial site found during Fujairah mosque construction


How an archaeological find gave Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid a perfect symbol for Expo 2020


Late stone age life revealed by new excavations on Marawah Island


Sultan Al Qasimi unveils new archaeological treasure dating back to third century BC in Mleiha


Shurooq completes Phase 1 of Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-tourism Project


Shurooq to unveil details of Mleiha Archaeological and Eco-Tourism project


Important Archaeological discoveries in the Emirate of Sharjah: report


National Council of Tourism & Antiquities issues e-glossary of archaeological and museum terms


500 tombs dating back 2,000 years found in Umm Al Qaiwain


Bodour Al Qasimi visits Mleiha Eco- tourism and Archaeological Project


Ras Al Khaimah adds archaeology to UAE’s tourism offerings


A rich history uncovered: Sharjah exhibition showcases unearthed UAQ artefacts


UAE participates in archaeology exhibition in Oman with 50 artefacts


National Council of Tourism and Antiquities discusses white paper report and list of archaeological sites


FNC passes antiquities draft law


Another ancient Sharjah site found by archaeologists


UAE launches e-registry for national antiquities


Mass graves, tools and remains of ancient homes discovered in Sharjah last year


UAE among first to create water systems known as falajs


Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority to host final talk in Qasr al Hosn’s current public programme


Antiquities Protection Law in the pipeline


Scientists discover 7 million-year-old fossilised monkey tooth in Abu Dhabi


Monkey tooth gets to the root of U.A.E. life millions of years ago


Studies of the past will help our future, says Nahyan


New exhibition tracks artefacts from digs to museum


Sharjah Museums Department explores use of nuclear techniques in archaeology


Vast archaeological site in Sharjah to become eco-tourism destination by year’s end


Hafeet area thrives in Stone and Bronze Ages


Fossils show Abu Dhabi was once a savannah


Fossils of extinct rat found in Abu Dhabi


Abu Dhabi Neolithic sites could become heritage trail


Geophysical scans in Maliha site in Sharjah


Sharjah Archaeology Museum celebrates its 20th anniversary


Ancient graves unearthed in RAK