|Auteur(s)||Corentin BIETS, Axelle GRZESZNIK|
|Date de publication||2021|
|Titre complet de la publication||GHG003 - Pilot Study Area - Archaeological Report. A modern coastal village on Ghagha Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates building and sedimentary archaeology applied to architecture and heritage conservation|
|Type de publication||Rapport|
|Langue du document||français|
|Résumé||This report concerns archaeological excavations that were undertaken as a pilot study in an abandonned, coastal village of the Ghagha Island, Al Gweifat, in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Are presented hereby the goals and methods that were used in order to support the heritage conservation and restoration processes. The excavation process made it possible to uncover the chronological phasing of the several occupations and construction levels that occurred during the 20th century. If the connection with pearl-diving or fishing activities remains unclear, this work can be a first support to further research regarding the material evidence for such activities.|
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Biets, Grzesznik 2021 : BIETS (Corentin), GRZESZNIK (Axelle) — GHG003 - Pilot Study Area - Archaeological Report. A modern coastal village on Ghagha Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates building and sedimentary archaeology applied to architecture and heritage conservation. Rapport de fouille archéologique programmée, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté. Limoges : Éveha, 2021.