Gallery: Kuwait showcases ancient artifacts in Sharjah Archaeology Museum
Sharjah Archaeology Museum, part of Sharjah Museums Authority (SMA), is hosting a six-month long exhibition in cooperation with the Kuwaiti National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters (KNCCAL) to showcases Kuwait's ancient history.
"The Splendid Archaeology of Kuwait" exhibition includes artifacts excavated from different locations in the country and date back as far as the Hellenistic period. The exhibition features stone-age hunting tools, fragments of pottery from the Hellenistic period (3000 BC), bronze age hunting equipment, weapons and seals, in addition to Aramaic transcripts, photos, statues, temples, settlements and burial sites. The exhibition will run from 16th October, 2019 until 16th April, 2020. A series of lectures and workshops targeting all members of the family will accompany the exhibition including light in a bottle, making model boats and pottery engraving and decoration. The exhibition organized by Sharjah Museums Authority. The exhibition is open to visitors seven days a week: (Saturday to Thursday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM and Friday 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM)