• Exhibition on PCMA research opens in Armenia

    An exhibition presenting the work of archaeologists from the University of Warsaw has just opened in Armenia. Achievements of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, the Institute of Archaeology and the Centre for Precolumbian Studies are displayed in the archaeological museum in Metsamor. The exhibition was opened by Prof. Mariusz Ziółkowski and Mrs. Arev Samuelyan, […]

  • “Forgotten Heritage. Polish Conservators in Lebanon”

    An exhibition and conference occasioned by the 10th anniversary of Polish conservation Mission in Lebanon were held in the French Institute in Beirut. Conservators from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, assisted by archaeologists from the PCMA, brought to light and rescued from oblivion stunning wall paintings from medieval churches in Northern Lebanon – […]

  • Exhibition of papyri in the Archaeological Museum in Kraków

    A new exhibition “Egyptian sands speak (not only) in Greek” presents a collection of 26 papyri held by the Rafał Taubenschlag Foundation. It is complemented with plates presenting Egyptian and Sudanese archaeological sites excavated by the PCMA UW, which yielded epigraphic finds. The display aims at familiarizing the public with this largest of the Polish […]

  • Archaeologist behind the camera. Moving Art of Piotr Parandowski

    Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, Cairo Branch and Dr László Tüszke, Balassi Institute in Cairo have the honour to invite you to the event, presenting an art of Piotr Parandowski Archaeologist behind the camera. Moving Art of Piotr Parandowski which will presented on 15th and 16th March 2014 in Cairo. For more information see: Invitation

  • Voices from the Nile Valley at the 27th Congress of Papyrology

    An exhibition “Voices from the Nile Valley. Polish Archaeology between Alexandria and Dongola” will accompany the 27th International Congress of Archaeology, held at the University of Warsaw. The thirteen archaeological sites in Egypt and Sudan presented in the exhibition, all investigated by missions from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, yielded epigraphical finds which are […]

  • 15th anniversary of excavations at Tell el-Farkha

    Polish Archaeological Expedition to the Eastern Nile Delta celebrates the 15th anniversary of excavations at Tell el-Farkha with a special exhibition and conference to be held on 21st and 22nd June 2013 at the Poznań Archaeological Museum. The excavations have been conducted in close cooperation with the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw. […]

  • HAWARTE. Last Masterpieces of Ancient Painters

    Exhibition presenting the results of PCMA excavations and conservation work in a mithreum in Hawarte (northern Syria) opens in the Archaeological Museum in Kraków. Excavations of the underground cave, which was excavated by Prof. Michał Gawlikowski from the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, were followed by an extensive conservation program concerning the wall paintings, […]

  • Oasis of the Imagination – exhibition commemorating fifty years of Polish archaeological research at Palmyra

    The exhibition presenting Polish discoveries in Palmyra, Syria, and press conference, will open at the Podchorążówka in the Royal Łazienki Park on 24 June 2010 (Thursday), at 11.00 a.m. The exhibition will be presented all summer also at the Podchorążówka building, in the Royal Łazienki Amphitheater and the roadside fence gallery in Belwederska Street.

  • Exhibition: Ancient Marea

    Ten years of archaeological research by a joint mission from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology (University of Warsaw) and the Archaeological Museum in Kraków will be represented at a photo exhibition “Ancient Marea – Polish excavations in Egypt 2000-2009”. The exhibition accompanies a conference on “The Fringes of Christianity”, to be held at the […]

  • 70 years of Polish archaeology and restoration work in Egypt

    21 October – unveiling of a bust of Professor Kazimierz Michałowski placed in the pantheon of great Egyptologists in the Egyptian Museum and the opening of an exhibition devoted to a presentation of the legacy of Polish archaeologists and conservators cooperating to save the Egyptian heritage from oblivion (exhibition at the Egyptian Museum through December […]

  • The Alexandrian School. Polish research on Kom el-Dikka 1960-2011

    Exhibition mounted at the Royal Castle in Warsaw (Treasury Hall), from 28 June to 31 August 2012. The show presents the most important archaeological discoveries and the results of the comprehensive conservation effort made over the past fifty years by the team from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. More […]