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Name: Dr. Khaleel Ibrahim Al-Muaikel.

Nationality: Saudi.

Date and place of birth: Skaka, Jawf e 1/7/1379H.

Marital status: Married

address:
PO Box 2627 Riyadh 12372 
Riyadh  
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

 
Education:

PhD: Archaeology, University of Durham, England.

Masters: Archaeology, University of Durham, England.

University: the Archaeology and Museum, King Saud University.
 

Experience:


Shura Council member, as of 3/3/1426 H
Chief of Archaeology and Museums, King Saud University, e 6/1/1420-6/11/1424H.

Under Section Archaeology and museums, King Saud University, 1412-1413 H.

Assistant Professor, King Saud University, 1409-1415H.

Associate Professor, King Saud University, 1415H.
 



The membership of councils and committees:

Member of the Board's Research Center, College of Arts, King Saud University, 1403-1404 H.

Member of the Faculty of Arts, King Saud University, 1420-1424 H.

Board member of the Saudi Society for archaeological studies.

Founding member of the Society of History and effects of the Gulf Cooperation Council states.

Founding member of the Arab Union of Antiquarians.

Member of the general assembly of the Charitable Foundation, Abdel Rahman Al-Sudairy.

Member of the Editorial Board rescission.

Member of the publishing institution, Abdel Rahman Al-Sudairy Charity.
 



Conferences and symposia:

An Arab Studies, London, 1987, 1988, 1995, in 1998

Aram Conference III, Oxford in 1995

Symposium studies Nabataeans, Petra, Jordan, in 1999

Symposium Julius Auitinj, Germany in 1999

Scientific Meeting of the Federation of Arab Antiquarians 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004

Scientific meetings of the Assembly of history and the effects of the Gulf Cooperation Council, 1421, 1422, 1423, 1424

World Symposium on the history of the Arabian Peninsula, 1424 e-Riyadh
 

Literature and research:

Effects and writings in the Nabatiyah area of Jawf, 1417 H.

Research into the effects of the Jawf, 1422 H

Brides story of urban development of cities in Saudi Arabia, in conjunction 1419H.

Study of the Archaeology of Jawf Region, 1994

More than fifteen articles specializing in the effects of civilization and published in several journals and scientific journals.