Latest publications

  • PAM Journal rating upped to 12 points

    We are happy to announce that our annual Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean shot up in the ranking of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education to 12 points from the earlier 7. PAM was first evaluated by the Ministry in 2012, with a rating of 4 points. In the past three years we […]

  • The Clio book prize for Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski

    The Director of the PCMA, Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski has been awarded the Clio prize of the first degree for his book Elaion. Olive Oil Production in Roman and Byzantine Syria–Palestine. The prize is awarded by the Rector of the University of Warsaw for the best publications of scholars from the university’s Faculty of History. The […]

  • Call for Papers: Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 25

    The Editors of the annual Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean (PAM) are calling for papers for the 25th volume, which is scheduled to appear by the end of 2016. The journal is published by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw in cooperation with the University of Warsaw Press. The volume will consist […]

  • Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 23/1

    The journal Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean, published by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw, has provided a forum for presenting the results of extensive work by teams of Polish archaeologists and related specialists, associated with the PCMA and with various other research institutions in Poland and abroad. For the past quarter […]

  • ELAION: book and database on ancient olive oil production

    Our latest book, a monograph by Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski on oleoculture in the Roman and Byzantine Syria–Palestine, is accompanied by an online database of over 1700 oil-press related elements, which lay at the basis of the conclusions presented in the book. Oleoculture was always an important part of ancient agriculture, which was the mainstay […]

  • New PCMA publication: Beyond Ornamentation. Jewelry as an Aspect of Material Culture in the Ancient Near East

    PAM Special Studies is a separate fascicle of our journal Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean which will bring together articles devoted to a particular subject. The introductory issue is Beyond Ornamentation. Jewelry as an Aspect of Material Culture in the Ancient Near East, edited by Zuzanna Wygnańska and Amir Golani Personal adornments, modern and ancient, […]

  • Coins from Polish excavations in Palmyra

    A new PCMA publication is available now: Studia Palmyreńskie 13. With this issue, the journal has been converted into a series which is inaugurated by a monograph presenting  a catalog of coins discovered in the course of Polish excavations in Palmyra conducted by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw in 1959–2001. The […]

  • Studia Palmyreńskie 12 accessible online

    Articles from the latest issue of our journal Studia Palmyreńskie, volume 12 are now available online. The 24 articles by leading specialists in the history, archaeology and epigraphy of Palmyra can be accessed via the Central and Eastern European Online Library C.E.E.O.L. Papers from the previous volume, Studia Palmyreńskie 12, can be downloaded from our […]

  • PCMA Archaeological Guides

    Our new, popular book series has been created with a view to present major archaeological sites excavated by PCMA missions that are of interest not only to scholars but also to non-archaeologists with a passion for history and discovery. The PCMA Archaeological Guides will be concise, richly-illustrated overviews of the history and material culture of […]

  • Latest edition of Studia Palmyreńskie

    Studia Palmyreńskie is a periodical presenting the results of research on various aspects of the art, material culture, architecture and archaeology of Palmyra, carried out since 1959 within the framework of archaeological excavations run under the auspices of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. Eleven volumes have been published since […]

  • Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 22 available now

    The latest, 22nd volume of the Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean (PAM) journal brings reports on field excavations and conservation projects carried out by teams from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA UW). The reports section encompasses 32 articles predominantly covering the results of the 2010 season of work […]