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2023-04-30T20:20:52+02:00April 30th, 2023|

The last few months of the project have been particularly intense. Between April 3rd and June 15th, the study season in Paphos and Episkopi (Kourion) took place. The research works focused on the continuation of the macroscopic analysis of pottery, drawing and photographic documentation and, in the case of Kourion, the selection of fragments [...]

PCMA Seminar – Łukasz Miszk: What would Indiana Jones say about the streets of Nea Paphos?

2023-04-05T17:25:31+02:00April 5th, 2023|

The PCMA Seminar series will host a talk (in Polish) by Dr. Łukasz Miszk, entitled “What would Indiana Jones say about the streets of Nea Paphos”. The presentation is related to an ongoing project investigating the spatial layout of Nea Paphos in Cyprus. Abstract: “Indiana Jones, uttering the phrase ” If it’s truth you’re looking [...]

Lecture on non-invasive research in archaeology by Prof. Martina Seifert

2023-04-05T15:05:34+02:00April 5th, 2023|

Prof. Martina Seifert will present an open lecture “Cities and Harbours. Non-invasive research in Archaeology at the University of Hamburg”. Abstract: “Since 2012, the University of Hamburg has a teaching and research focus in the field of non-invasive fieldwork and prospecting. In recent years, a digital research environment has been increasingly developed for these [...]

PCMA Seminar: Underwater realms – imagining and conceptualizing the sea as a 3D space

2023-04-05T17:02:44+02:00April 5th, 2023|

The next PCMA Seminar will host a talk by Mari Yamasaki related to her Polonez-Bis grant project. Her presentation is entitled “Underwater realms – imagining and conceptualizing the sea as a three-dimensional space”. Abstract: “The study of ancient ‘spaces’ (domestic, public, ritual, political…) has always been a cornerstone of archaeological research in both a quantitative [...]

PCMA Seminar: Middle and Late Roman cooking pottery from Nea Paphos. New data on old pottery

2023-04-05T15:32:14+02:00January 23rd, 2023|

The first of this year’s PCMA Seminars will host a talk (in Polish) by Dr. Kamila Nocoń: “Middle and Late Roman cooking pottery from Nea Paphos. New data on old pottery”. Abstract: “The presentation aims to present an ongoing project on the production and consumption of Middle and Late Roman cooking pottery from Nea Paphos. [...]


2023-04-05T15:41:18+02:00November 28th, 2022|

Polish National Science Centre has announced that it will fund three additional projects in the POLONEZ BIS grant competition. Among them is one submitted by Dr. Mari Yamasaki from Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz. It will be the first project carried out at the PCMA UW Research Centre in Cyprus. Mari Yamasaki is an Ancient [...]

2nd archaeological engagement program at Nea Paphos – Archaeologists’ reflections

2023-04-05T15:22:59+02:00November 17th, 2022|

During the autumn fieldwork season, a group of highschool students from Paphos visited the ongoing excavations of the Maloutena-Agora Project (MA-P) in the Nea Paphos Archaeological Park. The visit was organized as part of an archaeological engagement program. MA-P is a collaborative project of three institutions: PCMA UW, Jagiellonian University and Warsaw University of [...]

Completion of the international competition for the creation of shelters for the protection of mosaics and other archaeological remains in Nea Pafos

2023-04-05T15:47:34+02:00August 11th, 2022|

The Department of Antiquities of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works and the Getty Conservation Institute of the U.S.A. announce that after a long-term process, the winner of a joint international competition inaugurated in Fall 2019 for the design of shelters for the mosaics and other sensitive archaeological remains at the archaeological site [...]

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