SAM adds largest jar in Arabian Gulf to its exhibits
August 23, 2021 / 7:39 PM
Khaled Hussein Mansour, Senior Researcher at the Sharjah Archaeology Museum (SAM)
Sharjah 24: Khaled Hussein Mansour, Senior Researcher at the Sharjah Archaeology Museum (SAM), said the museum has added a new piece to its exhibits, the largest jar in the Arabian Gulf, found at the archaeological site in Muwaileh.
He revealed that its restoration took several years to be displayed in the Iron Age Hall. This piece highlights the richness that Muwaileh enjoyed 3,000 years ago.
In exclusive statements to "Sharjah 24," he noted that the Sharjah Archaeology Museum has hosted many international exhibitions devoted to archaeological discovery in Sharjah since 2013, with the aim of educating the public about the Emirate of Sharjah's major finds.
He urged researchers and experts to visit the displays in order to conduct research and create papers on the museum's rare treasures.