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  • Zofia Sztetyłło, remembered by Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka

    This will not be a scientific biography – that appeared elsewhere – but rather a personal recollection of an extraordinary person whom I knew and esteemed, and whom I will keep in my memory forever. I met Professor Zofia Sztetyłło in Warsaw in 1984 before departure for my first excavation season in Paphos. Back then, […]

  • Zofa Sztetyłło (1932–2020)

    With sorrow and regret, we have received the news of the death of Zofia Sztetyłło, a professor of archeology and an outstanding scholar. Since the beginning of her career she was associated with the University of Warsaw and later with the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW, where she sat for several terms on the […]

  • PAM 28/2

    The PCMA UW Research Centre in Cairo: 60 years in the field, pp. 15–20 DOI: 10.31338/uw.2083-537X.pam28.2.01 Author: Renata Kucharczyk (In the Index Copernicus database) Alexandria Kom el–Dikka. Excavations and preservation work in the 2018 season, pp. 21–42 DOI: 10.31338/uw.2083-537X.pam28.2.02 Author: Grzegorz Majcherek (In the Index Copernicus database) Glass finds and other artifacts from the excavations […]

  • PAM 28/1

    Tibi diem natalem felicem optamus, Marielle! Tribute to Marielle Martiniani-Reber on her 65th anniversary, pp. 15–20 DOI: 10.31338/uw.2083-537X.pam28.1.02 Author: Laurent Chrzanovski, Sylvie Aballea, Gael Bonzon, Amale Boujouala, Corinne Borel, Nicole Liaudet, Gabriella Lini (In the Index Copernicus database) The popularity of the Ricci C type of wheel-made lamps in southeastern Sicily: questions and hypotheses, pp. […]

  • Egyptian antiquities ministers receive Orders of Merit at Polish embassy

    During a ceremony in the gardens of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Cairo Dr. Khaled El-Enany, and Dr. Zahi Hawass, were awarded Officer’s Crosses of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland for their distinguished contributions to Egyptian-Polish cooperation in the field of archaeology and tourism. H.E. Dr. Khaled El-Enany […]

  • PCMA switches fully to remote work

    In light of the growing number of COVID-19 cases, the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw will fully switch to remote work as of 23 October. The PCMA office at Nowy Świat 4 st. will be closed until further notice. All PCMA staff working remotely will be available by e-mail and […]

  • 55 years of Polish excavations in Paphos and the beginning of a new project

    On October 15, in Nea Paphos, the 55th anniversary of Polish archaeological research at the site was celebrated with an official function. It was attended by representatives of the Cypriot authorities, the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Cyprus, as well as a team of Polish archaeologists who have been working in Nea Paphos […]

  • New directors of PCMA UW expeditions in Berenike and Naqlun

    The Scientific Council of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw approved the changes at the helm of two PCMA UW expeditions in Egypt: in Berenike and Naqlun. Dr. Mariusz Gwiazda (Faculty of Archeology, University of Warsaw) took over co-directing the Berenike Project on behalf of the PCMA UW. He replaced […]

  • PCMA office in October: extention of remote work

    The roster system for PCMA UW office employees, adopted at the end of May, changes as of 5th October 2020. In view of the recent sure in COVID-19 cases, most PCMA UW staff will be working from home. In October, all employees, including administrative staff, will work remotely as much as possible, with just a […]