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Young Archaeologists

By Deena Alreefy
Marketing & Community Relations Liaison
Published: 2022-11-02 05:46:41

The Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities organized a “Little Archaeologist” event within the “Friends of Antiquities” community partnership initiative, to strengthen community partnership towards safeguarding and preserving Bahrain's genuine archaeological heritage.

Forty students of Riffa Views International School, aged 7-10, representing grades two and four, participated in the event, in addition to the presence of the Director of the Department of Antiquities and Museums at the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, Dr. Salman Al Mahari.

The aim of this workshop is to enhance the national identity of children and introduce them to the archaeological heritage and ancient history of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities simulated an archaeological excavation at an archaeological site in the Jarry Al-Sheikh area. Students had the opportunity to dig and search for archaeological artifacts and learned ways of which they can be preserved.

“This educational workshop allowed students to learn about archeology hands-on using the most common methods. We prepared an area near the archaeological site and buried a number of pots, and we provided the students with the appropriate excavation tools to help them dig and explore the pieces buried in the sand. Here we have given the student the opportunity to play with sand, and we have given him an opportunity to live a moment that is considered one of the most beautiful moments of an archaeologist, which is the moment of discovering the artifact, and the other beautiful moment is when the student repairs and reassembles the broken pottery to see it complete,” said Dr. Salman Al Mahari.

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