The Department of Levantine Studies is concerned with scientific research based on the results of fieldwork, laboratory and archival-library studies in the field of archaeology, history, conservation and related sciences concerning the areas of cultures and civilizations developing in Asia Minor, Syro-Palestine and Cyprus.
- Department head: Dr. Francisco J. Núñez
- Prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka, visiting professor, principal investigator in Opus 18 grant
- Dr. Małgorzata Kajzer, Opus 18 grant team
- Dr. Piotr Makowski
- Dr. Kamila Nocoń, principal investigator in Sonatina 4 grant
- Paweł Lech, MA, scholarship holder in the Opus 18 grant
Current field projects:
- Nea Paphos; expedition head: Prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka
- Chhîm; expedition head: Assoc Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski (Faculty of Archaeology UW)
- Jiyeh; expedition head: Assoc Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski (Faculty of Archaeology UW)
- Tyre; expedition head: Prof. María Eugenia Aubet (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona), Dr Ali Badawi (DGA), Dr Francisco J. Núñez (PCMA UW)
Current grant projects:
- MA-P Maloutena and Agora in the layout of Paphos: modelling the cityscape of the Hellenistic and Roman capital of Cyprus – OPUS 18, panel: HS3; 2019/35/B/HS3/02296; P.I.: Prof. dr hab. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka
– scholarship holder affiliated with PCMA UW: Jerzy Oleksiak, MA.
- Production and consumption of kitchen ware from the Paphos Agora Project excavations in Cyprus in the middle and late Roman period (3rd–7th century AD) against the background of political, economic and social changes – SONATINA 4, panel: HS3; 2020/36/C/HS3/0017; P.I.: Kamila Wiktoria Nocoń, MA