Excavations thought out Mleiha have produced a wide range variety of material, Glass, bronze, alabaster vessels, stone and gold beads, iron arrowheads and spear points were among the important items found at the site. Of special interest was a part of a bronze bowl bearing an incised scene, showing a lien facing a man who wields a shield and being attacked from behind by a second man holding dagger. The head of a horse is also visible, as is the name “Mara shams'” in South Arabian script. A small bronze figurine, representing a male wearing a kilt and supporting a bird on his outstretched right hand, was also found.
Three coin molds were found at the site together with a large quantity of bronze slag inside the fort, suggesting that coins were being minted on site. A large number of coins were found. These are in denomination of Tetradrachmas, Drachmas and Obols, which have been introduced into Eastern Arabia and Mesopotamia by Alexander the Great and continued to be copied by his successors the Seleucids as well as by Arab rulers. In general, the coins bear on the obverse, the head of the Greek god Hercules, while the reverse bears an image probably of God ‘Shamsh’ sitting upon a stool holding a sceptre with a palm tree behind him.