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Arquipelago de Origem:
Kuwait
Data da Peça:
2020-01-05 00:00:00
Data de Publicação:
20200115
Autor:
Sharjah Archaeology Museum
Chegada ao Arquipélago:
2020-01-15 00:00:00
Proprietário da Peça:
Sharjah Archaeology Museum
Proprietário da Imagem:
Rui Carita
Autor da Imagem:
Rui Carita
Mapa do Kuwait, entrada da exposição The Splendid Archaeologie of Kuwait, 2020, Museu Arqueológico de Sharjah, Emirados Árabes Unidos

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Descrição
Mapa do Kuwait.
Entrada da exposição The Splendid Archaeologie of Kuwait, Sharjah Archaeology Museum, 16 October 2019 a 16 April 2020
Fotografia de 5 de janeiro de 2020.
Visita da campanha de arqueologia do IAP de 2020 na antiga fortaleza de Al Qasimi em Khor Kalba, antiga Quelba.
Sheikh Rashid Bin Saqr Al Qasimi Street, Dasman, Sharjah, Emirados Árabes Unidos

In collaboration with the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters in Kuwait, Sharjah Archeology Museum host "The Splendid Archeology of Kuwait". The exhibition aims to showcase a unique collection from the National Museum of Kuwait that details the life of its inhabitants from 6th century B.C. until the end of the 1st century C.E.
The exhibition discuss the most important archaeological discoveries that underlines the cultural and historical depth of Kuwait since the earliest ages. The exhibition will showcase a unique and distinctive collection of artifacts discovered by different excavation teams during the past five decades in several locations in the State of Kuwait, including a range of stone fishing tools and parts of Neolithic slave pottery, some hunting tools and bronze weapons, and bronze age stamps. In addition to a number of distinctive pottery artifacts dating back to the Hellenistic period 300 years before the birth of the Christ in addition to a rare collection of eastern Arabia coins, stamps, examples of Aramaic language texts and Musnad calligraphy, statues, photographs and sculptures of temples, settlements and cemeteries all date back to this important historical period.