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  • Dr. Agata Deptuła selected for UW program for young female researchers and teachers

    Dr. Agata Deptuła has been selected to participate in the University of Warsaw’s Programme for young female researchers and teachers. It is part of the “Excellence Initiative – Research University” (IDUB). The focus of Dr. Deptuła‘s project is on liturgical hymns in Medieval Nubia. The main goal is to present her research to the international community and to initiate […]

  • Rudolf de Jong (1958–2024)

    It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of Dr. Rudolf de Jong, Director of the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo. His scholarly interests lay in the dialectology of the Arabic language, but he was formost a beloved figure, cherished by his friends and employees for his kindness and dedication. Our deepest condolences go […]

  • PCMA Seminar: Characteristics of the cultural stratification at Temple B6 in Mustis

    The next seminar organized by PCMA UW is scheduled to take place on March 1st. Dr. Jakub Mosiejczyk (Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, UW) will be presenting a paper titled “Characteristics of the cultural stratification at Temple B6 in Mustis, Roman Tunisia.”  Abstract: “The Tunisian–Polish Archaeological Mission to Mustis (el-Krib, Tunisia), has been conducting excavations […]

  • María Eugenia Aubet Semmler (1943–2024)

    We have received the sad news that Professor Dr. María Eugenia Aubet Semmler passed away on Saturday, 17th of February 2024. She was the long-time director of the Spanish excavations in Tyre, Lebanon, and a leading specialist in the field of Phoenician-Punic studies. Professor M.E. Aubet, Emeritus Chair of Prehistory at Pompeu Fabra University in […]

  • Prehistoric and metallurgical sites in northern Oman surveyed by PCMA UW

    In late December, an expedition of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA UW) returned to Poland, having conducted archaeological research in northern Oman. The focus of the season was the search for traces of ancient metallurgy and remnants of Bronze and Iron Age settlements in the Hajar Mountains. The […]