AlUla, September 14, 2023, SPA — Sessions of the three-day AlUla World Archaeology Summit, organized by the Royal Commission for AlUla at Maraya, kicked off today with the participation of over 300 government officials, heads of organizations concerned with archaeology and cultural heritage, and dozens of scientists and specialists from the Kingdom and abroad, in a bid to realize AlUla vision targets that are in line with the Saudi Vision 2030.
The sessions addressed a number of diverse interactive and knowledge debates in the field of archaeology development and challenges, with the participation of several experts who spoke about four themes related to the “identity, ruinscapes, resilience and accessibility.”
The speakers focused on how archaeology can be developed to contribute to increasing archaeological discoveries. Other sessions are scheduled to be held tomorrow.
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