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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

أسئلة شائعة


PERSONAL DATA  

Name: Jamal Saad Omar

Address: P.O. Box 2627

               Riyadh 12372, K.S.A.

Phone: 01 4678182

E-Mail: jomarksu@yahoo.com

  

EDUCATION 

• M.A. Degree, Department of Archaeology, King Saud University, 1991.

• Bachelor Degree (with Honor), Department of Archaeology, King Saud University, 1987.

  

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  

• Demonstrator, at King Saud University, College of Tourism and Archaeology, 1988 - to date.

  

PUBLICATIONS

 

A. ACADEMIC and SCIENTIFEC RESEARCH

 

• Urkesh Ceramics from the Palace Area, Syrian Antiquity, (accepted for publication) 2007.

• Dadan/khuraiba Excavations: 1st Report, Atlal, (submitted for publication), 2007.

A14: Season MZ17, Cybernetica Mesopotamica, Urkesh Global Record, 2004.

A11: Season MZ16, Cybernetica Mesopotamica, Urkesh Global Record, 2003.

A9: Season MZ13, Cybernetica Mesopotamica, Urkesh Global Record, 2001.

A4: Season MZ13, Cybernetica Mesopotamica, Urkesh Global Record, 2001.

A5: Season MZ10, Cybernetica Mesopotamica, Urkesh Global Record, 1998.

 

B. ACADIMIC PUBLICATION

 

Urkesh Ceramic Typology: Phase 6, The Mittani Period, Urkesh Typological Re cored, 2006

Ceramics Encoding Manual: Mittani Codes, IIMAS internal publications, 2005.

Excavation Computer Database program, Department of Archaeology, King Saud University, 2004.

Excavation Protocol, Department of Archaeology, King Saud University, 2004.

• Translation of several reports and website materials, at www.urkesh.org.

 

C. NONE-ACADEMIC

 

Urkesh @ 20: Twenty Years of Excavations at Tell Mozan, an Image Portfolio, Wepcast, 2004.

Self-Guided Tour to the Site, Tell Mozan ancient Urkesh, Wepcast Urkesh.org, 2003

  

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

 

• Expedition Assistant Director, International Institute for Mesopotamian Aria Studies, Excavation Mission at Mozan/Urkesh, 2004-to date.

• Field Director of Excavation, King Saud University, Excavation Mission at Dadan/Khuraiba, 2004-2006.

• Excavation Field Supervisor, International Institute for Mesopotamian Aria Studies, Excavation Mission at Mozan/Urkesh, 2001-2003.

• Excavation Unite Supervisor, International Institute for Mesopotamian Aria Studies, Excavation Mission at Mozan/Urkesh, 1995-1999.

• Excavation Team Member, International Institute for Mesopotamian Aria Studies, Excavation Mission at Mozan/Urkesh, 1994.

• Assistant Editor, Journal of King Saud University/ Tourism and Archaeology, 2007- to date.

• Teaching of several courses at Department of Archaeology, King Saud University.

  

PRESENTATIONS at MEETINGS/CONFERENCES

 

Urkesh, the Royal City, at the Beginning of the Hurrian Civilization (III millennium B.C), Society of the Friends of the Museum, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, 17 October 2006.

Twenty Years of Excavation at Tell Mozan/Urkesh, Damascus Museum, Department of Antiquities, Damascus Syria, 15 October 2006.

Urkesh/ Tell Mozan, the Hurrian Secular Capital: its Importance as a sacred and political Center, Adumatu Journal, the 1st Symposium: The City in the Arab World in the light of Archaeological Discoveries: Beginnings and Development, Al-Jouf, S.A, 5 December 2005.

Recent excavations at Khuraybah the Ancient City of Dadan, Saudi Arabia, The 39th Seminar for Arabian Studies, British Museum, London, U.K 21 July 2005.

 

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