Excavations at Sīrāf: Fourth Interim Report

  title={Excavations at Sīrāf: Fourth Interim Report},
  author={David Whitehouse},
Maritime Aspects of Medieval Siraf, Iran: a pilot project for the investigation of coastal and underwater archaeological remains
Siraf is well‐known archaeologically and historically as an ancient port in the Persian Gulf that prospered during the medieval period. Siraf played a leading role in facilitating maritime and
Geoarchaeology as a tool to understand ancient navigation in the northern Persian Gulf and the harbour history of Siraf
Map of the Sultanate of Oman
Led since 2008, the archaeological researches at Qalhāt (Qalhāt Project/Qalhāt Development Project), in the South Sharqiyah Governorate of Oman, delivered the vestiges of a whole port city of the
Technological characterization of gold jewellery from the Sogdian tomb of Shi Jun (d. 579 CE) in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province
Insight is gained into understanding the technical features of early Medieval gold jewellery, as well as the goldsmith’s methods and intentions, by investigating the decorative techniques and materials of the two objects uncovered from the joint elite Sogdian tomb of Shi Jun and his wife in Xi'an.
The Islamic Ancient Termez Through the Lens of Ceramics: A New Archaeological and Archaeometric Study
ABSTRACT This paper presents an archaeological and archaeometric study of a range of Islamic ceramics (9th-17th centuries) from Termez (south Uzbekistan), a city which has been proven to be both a
Un atelier de potier de la période médiévale découvert à Qalhat (Oman)
The extensive excavations recently held at a potter’s workshop in Qalhāt on the Omani coast allowed us to follow the evolution of this ceramic production center between the end of the 13th century
The vernacular architecture of Doha, Qatar
SUMMARY: The urban history of the Gulf states has been largely neglected, with historical studies of Qatar focusing on its political and economic development. This article presents an overview of the