As we dig deeper, we discover the history of Qatar and the mysteries that lie behind it, in front of the flourishing modern society we know today. Researchers found artifacts such as flint to prove that people lived in this area from the paleolithic period 40,000 BCE .
It is the oldest evidence of human life within the borders of what is now the State of Qatar.
Through the Athar program, we are opening a window into the past. Here, you can see for yourself the different human installations through the architecture and the objects discovered: flint, ceramics, bronze, and ivory...
Exhibitions, interactive exhibitions, artifacts, models and tomb reconstructions will bring to life different periods, from the Paleolithic to the modern era.
These sites and artifacts connect the different territories between sea and desert and reveal ancient civilizations.
Join us this Saturday to unlock the history and bring it to life at the National Museum of Qatar with a tour given by Dr. Alexandrine Guerin, Curator of Archaeology and Early History at National Museum of Qatar.
Title: Discover Qatar’s history with Dr. Alexandrine Guerin
Date: 27th July 2019
Time: 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Location: NMoQ – Gallery 3
Only 30 seats available
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