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  • Ahmed Saleh

AlUla World Archaeology Summit gathers government representatives and specialists

AlUla, September 14, 2023, Over 300 government representatives, the heads of organizations concerned with archaeology and cultural heritage, and dozens of scientists and specialists from the Kingdom and abroad are attending the three-day AlUla World Archaeology Summit, which the Royal Commission for AlUla at Maraya organized, in an effort to realize the AlUla vision goals that are in line with the Saudi Vision 2030. The sessions included the involvement of various specialists who spoke on four themes related to "identity, ruinscapes, resilience, and accessibility." The workshops covered a variety of participatory and informative debates in the area of archaeology's development and difficulties. The speakers centered their remarks on how archaeology may advance to support more frequent archaeological findings. Tomorrow is set aside for more meetings.

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