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Polish Archaeology in Cyprus on Facebook

2021-08-23T20:34:07+02:00August 23rd, 2021|

We invite you to like and subscribe to the new Polish Archeology in Cyprus page on Facebook. It will be devoted to the Archaeology of Cyprus, and in particular, to the promotion and popularization of Polish research projects carried out on the island. Especially we encourage You to follow the reports from the excavation [...]

Pafos UNESCO Archaeological Park App

2021-08-12T09:58:34+02:00August 12th, 2021|

The archaeological site of Kato Paphos was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1980. The Archaeological Park, created at that time in the western part of the city, aims to protect and preserve the remains of the ancient city of Nea Paphos, and above all to present the results of international archaeological [...]

Polish archaeologists led by Prof. Jolanta Młynarczyk find the ancient stibadium in Nea Paphos

2021-08-12T10:21:16+02:00July 12th, 2021|

The Stibadium was a place for open-air religious banquets, which had a characteristic semicircular outline. Its central point was a circular depression with a drain, used for libations in honor of the deity. The stibadium found by Poles is unique because so far no similar finds from Cyprus have been known. The discovery of the stibadium [...]

Polish representation at the international ceramics conference IARPotHP in Seville

2021-08-12T10:31:21+02:00June 22nd, 2021|

The prestigious conference of the International Association for Research on Pottery of the Hellenistic Period is underway, in which Polish scientists related to research on the Agora in Nea Paphos present their research. The International Association for Research on Pottery of the Hellenistic Period is an association dedicated to research on Hellenistic ceramics. This [...]

Polish representation at the international CAA 2021 conference in Limassol

2021-08-12T10:38:37+02:00June 14th, 2021|

The international CAA_2021 conference "Digital Crossroads" in Limassol (online) has just started. CAA is an international organization of archaeologists, mathematicians, and computer scientists. Its purpose is to encourage communication between the disciplines, provide an overview of current work in the field, and stimulate discussion and future progress. The Polish representation takes part in this [...]

Conference Poles in the Near East 2021

2021-05-31T12:17:29+02:00May 31st, 2021|

Registration of participants is now open for the archaeological conference “Poles in the Near East” co-organized by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw and the Faculty of Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. This year’s conference will take place online and its program features over [...]

60 years of diplomatic relations between Poland and Cyprus

2021-08-12T10:46:24+02:00May 8th, 2021|

2021 marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Poland and Cyprus. Poland was one of the first countries to recognize the Republic of Cyprus after its independence in 1960. The necessary diplomatic agreements were concluded in early 1961 when both our countries were ready to establish official relations. It was [...]

New home of the Cyprus Museum in Nicosia

2021-08-12T10:59:56+02:00April 11th, 2021|

The winning design for the new headquarters of the Cyprus Museum in Nicosia has been selected. The construction is to be announced in 2021,  In a three-level building located in the green part of Nicosia, the history of Cyprus will be presented from prehistoric times, through the classical, Hellenistic, and Roman periods, until the [...]

Cypriot Mail about Polish archaeological project in Paphos

2021-03-30T19:13:45+02:00March 30th, 2021|

One of the biggest cypriot daily newspapers published short article about common archaeological mission of Jagiellonian University, University of Warsaw and Warsaw University of Technology. Project is led by professor Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka (UJ/UW) and realised with funding from Polish National Science Centre, grant no. 2019/35/B/HS3/02296 LINK TO THE ARTICLE Nea Paphos 2020 [...]

Paphos Archaeological Museum is open!

2021-08-12T12:05:30+02:00February 11th, 2021|

The Paphos Archaeological Museum was established in 1964 right after Cyprus regained its independence. From the very beginning, he has been cooperating with Polish researchers working in the region. The exhibition includes, among others, monuments from the excavations at the sites of Maloutena and Agora. After several years of renovation, the museum building underwent [...]

Outstanding women in science – Prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka

2021-08-12T11:57:47+02:00February 5th, 2021|

Prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka from the Institute of Archeology of the Jagiellonian University has been nominated by the National Science Center to the group of outstanding women in science. We are proud to announce that, Prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka was nominated by the National Science Center for the AcademiaNET website - a portal about outstanding and active [...]

Wiktor Andrzej Daszewski (1936-2021)

2021-08-12T11:51:59+02:00January 22nd, 2021|

We regret to inform you about the death of Wiktor Andrzej Daszewski, professor of classical archeology, for many years the head of the Polish archaeological mission in Nea Paphos, Cyprus. Professor Wiktor Andrzej Daszewski started working at the Mediterranean Archeology Station of the University of Warsaw in 1966, taking part in excavations conducted by the [...]

Project MA-P, 2020 season summary

2021-08-12T11:48:14+02:00January 3rd, 2021|

In September 2019, Polish archaeological expeditions in Paphos, i.e. the Polish Archaeological Mission operating on behalf of the Center of Mediterranean Archeology of the University of Warsaw (CAŚ UW) since 1965 and the Paphos Agora Project of the Jagiellonian University (PAP UJ) since 2011, were combined under the supervision of prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyki. Both [...]

Zofia Sztetyłło (1932–2020)

2021-08-12T11:31:20+02:00November 10th, 2020|

We regretted the news of the death of Zofia Sztetyłło, a professor of archeology and an outstanding scientist. She was associated with the University of Warsaw and the Center of Mediterranean Archeology, where she was a member of the Scientific Council for several terms, and in the years 1982–1983, she was the director. As a [...]

Project MA-P, first excavation works in the 2020 season!

2021-08-12T11:35:31+02:00October 1st, 2020|

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, excavations for the MA-P project have begun in the Paphos Archaeological Park. A group of archaeologists from the Center of Mediterranean Archeology of the University of Warsaw and the Department of Classical Archeology of the Jagiellonian University are working in the field. The research began with a probing excavation at a [...]

Completion of the MAESTRO grant as part of the Paphos Agora Project

2021-08-12T11:26:12+02:00September 30th, 2020|

Tenth Paphos Agora Project Research Campaign - 2020 In 2020, despite the difficult epidemiological situation, after obtaining the necessary approval of the authorities of the Jagiellonian University and the Department of the Antiquities of Cyprus, a study campaign was successfully carried out. It was the tenth campaign of the Paphos Agora Project, a project that [...]

IMPORTant. Comparative study on Hellenistic and early Roman fine and semi-fine ceramics from Nea Paphos and Kourion in Cyprus – a new research grant in Cyprus receives funding from the National Science Center

2021-08-12T11:22:34+02:00August 17th, 2020|

The National Science Center has published the results of the Sonatina 4 competition, among the applications that received funding was the project of Dr. Małgorzata Kajzer. Comparative study of Hellenistic and early Roman fine and semi-fine ceramics from Nea Paphos and Kourion in Cyprus, which will be carried out at the Institute of Archeology [...]

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