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Atlas of the Stone-Age cultures of Qatar.

Holger Kapel

Atlas of the Stone-Age cultures of Qatar.

by Holger Kapel

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Published by Aarhus University Press in [Aarhus] Denmark .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Added t.p. in Arabic; text in English and Arabic.

SeriesReports of the Danish Archeological Expedition to the Arabian Gulf, v. 1, Jutland Archeological Society publications, v. 6, Reports of the Danish Archeological Expedition to the Arabian Gulf -- v. 1., Jutland Archaeological Society publications -- v. 6.
The Physical Object
Pagination43, 32 p. :
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20804688M

  Stone Age nomadism in SE-Arabia – palaeo-economic considerations on the Neolithic site of Al-Buhais 18 in the Emirate of Sharjah, U.A.E. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies. ;–Cited by: The Sultanate of Oman / Author: edited by Raghid El-Solh. Publication info: Reading, UK: Ithaca, Format: Book.

Qatar’s Cultural Years initiative held several versions that included the Cultural Year QatarJapan , Qatar-UK , Qatar-Brazil , Qatar-Turkey . ההיסטוריה של קטר היא ארוכת שנים והחלה כבר מהתקופה הפרהיסטורית, בהתיישבות האדם הראשון במקום, ונמשכת כמדינה עצמאית בעידן המודרני.האדם הראשון שהתיישב בחצי האי של קטר חי לפני כ, שנה, להערכתם של החוקרים שמצאו כלים.

The historic palette of Turkey is traced to the Stone Age settlements constructed in BC, and today, unforgettable names like Cyrus the Great, Homer, Alexander the Great, Troy and the Trojan War, the Holy Roman Empire and the Medieval Crusades leap from the pages of its ancient history. Many relics and ruins of same still stand for all to : John Moen. Keith Cooper is a familiar face on Centauri Dreams, both through his own essays and the dialogues he and I have engaged in on interstellar topics. Keith is the editor of Astronomy Now and the author of both The Contact Paradox: Challenging Assumptions in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (Bloomsbury Sigma).


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The Stone Age of Qatar: new investigations, new finds; interim report Proceedings of the Arabian Seminar Authors. Atlas of the Stone-Age Cultures of Qatar. four groups, and he published the Atlas of the Stone Age Cultures of Qatar.

'A Group', which he considered the earliest, included massive, primitive-looking hand-axes found on ancient shore-lines far removed from today's coast. The three other principal Stone Age industries which followed culminated in 'D Group', containingFile Size: KB.

This predicament arose as a direct consequence of the reassessment of Holger Kapel’s lithic ‘Group’ classifications in his ‘Atlas of the Stone Age Cultures of Qatar’ (Kapel, ) by the. Archaeology of Qatar as a field study began in Three major expeditions were carried out in Qatar throughout the midth century, with the first being launched by a Danish team who began work in the s.

This was followed by British and French expeditions in s and s, respectively. Approximately archaeological sites were discovered during these. Ras Abrouq (Arabic: رأس أبروق ‎; also known as Bir Zekreet) is the northernmost extension of the Zekreet Peninsula, a stretch of land to the north of Dukhan in Qatar.

It has a beach of the same name and various archaeological sites. Since the 21st century it has functioned as a tourist site. Large parts of its territory are legally protected areas that are dedicated to a nature Country: Qatar.

The history of Qatar from its first duration of human occupation to its formation as a modern state. Human occupation of Qatar dates back to 50, years ago, and Stone Age encampments and tools have been unearthed in the peninsula.

Mesopotamia was the first civilization to have a presence in the area during the Neolithic period, evidenced by the discovery of potsherds. The first archaeological surveys and excavations in the state of Qatar were carried out by Moesgaard Museum, Denmark, in A volume on the Stone Age sites was released by JAS inand the present publication includes the remaining.

Notes on Archaeological Discoveries from Qatar By Sultan Muhesen and Faisal Al Naimi Background. Qatar was once best known for pearls. In the twentieth century this gave way to oil. But the archaeological heritage of this state on the northeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula is swiftly being brought into the twenty-first century.

Qatar Museums holds training programme on Stone Age tools and weaponry In response to one of the recommendations from the 16th GCC Meeting of Archaeology & Museums Undersecretaries, which was held in Doha last year, Qatar. Qatar History and Citizenship is a compulsory subject for any primary school teacher in Qatar.

When I taught this subject in Qatar, I was surprised to discover how thin the student text book was, how little resources were available for students on the Internet and that there was no teacher guide to help teachers effectively teach this subject.5/5(3). Caribou Hunters at the Crossing Place (30 min.), Autumn River Camp, I (25 min.), Autumn River Camp, II (32 min.), Winter Sea Ice Camp, I (33 min.), and Winter Sea Ice Camp, III (30 min.).

Photographed –, produced by Quentin Brown, with Asen Balikci and Guy Mary‐Rousseliére as consultants. Qatar - Early History. Historically, the Peninsula of Qatar witnessed various cultures and civilizations in various phases in the history of mankind.

attention, which hopefully the book at hand may inspire. The observation that historic alluviation was widespread, probably con- temporaneous, and probably induced by cli- matic factors, is a fair beginning.

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HOLCER : Charles E. Stearns. Abstract. Over the past 20 years a virtual moribundity has descended on Paleolithic research in the region of the Persian Gulf.

This predicament arose as a direct consequence of the reassessment of Holger Kapel’s lithic ‘Group’ classifications in his ‘Atlas of the Stone Age Cultures of Qatar’ (Kapel, ) by the French team working in Qatar during Cited by: The Ancient Greeks Age Ancient Times In Qatar The buildings during the past eras show that there was some Greek influence.

An outline of the past eras of Qatar The Ancient Eras There are the: ~Stone Ages (Paleolithic Age, Middle Stone Age, Neolithic Age) ~The Bronze Age ~Kassites. Human habitation of Qatar dates back to 50, years ago.

Settlements and tools dating back to the Stone Age have been unearthed in the peninsula. Mesopotamian artifacts originating from the Ubaid period (c. – BC) have been discovered in abandoned coastal settlements.

Al Da'asa, a settlement located on the western coast of Qatar, is the most important Ubaid site in Capital and largest city: Doha, 25°18′N 51°31′E /. Atlas of the stone-age cultures of Qatar. p. ^ De Cardi (), p. ^ Julie E. Scott-Jackson, Jeffrey I. Rose, William Scott-Jackson & Faisal Al-Naimi ().

"Found: the Palaeolithic of Qatar". Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies. – CS1 maint: uses authors parameter ^ Abdul Nayeem (), p. Qatar History – A brief overview. The Al Thani family had lived in Qatar for years. The treaty between the United Kingdom and Sheikh Abdullah was similar to those entered into by the British with other Persian Gulf principalities.QATAR IS A SMALL COUNTRY dominated by the Persian Gulf's largest ruling family, the Al Thani.

The amir, Shaykh Khalifa ibn Hamad Al Thani, is the country's ruler, but his son, Shaykh Hamad ibn Khalifa Al Thani, in addition to being the heir apparent and minister of defense, wields considerable power in the day-to-day running of the country.