• POLONEZ BIS grant for PCMA UW

    Polish National Science Centre has announced that it will fund three additional projects in the POLONEZ BIS grant competition. Among them is one submitted by Dr. Mari Yamasaki from Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz. It will be the first project carried out at the PCMA UW Research Centre in Cyprus. Mari Yamasaki is an Ancient Near […]

  • Archaeo-Oriental Studies Seminar: Local political traditions in the context of Ethiopian cartography

    At the next seminar by the Archaeo-Oriental Studies Research Group at the University of Warsaw, Prof. Wolbert Smidt (Friedrich Schiller University Jena / Mekelle University) will give a lecture: “Local political traditions in the context of Ethiopian cartography. The use of maps in historical policymaking in the 19th and 20th centuries” Abstract: “Especially starting from […]

  • The UW emergency initiatives for Ukraine

    Many actions have been organized at the University of Warsaw in aid of refugees from Ukraine. They include collections of, among others, food and basic necessities. Free legal aid is also available. Students, doctoral candidates and employees of the University of Warsaw join actions to help the Ukrainian community. This support is provided both to […]

  • Rector’s Distinctions for Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczynska

    A ceremony to present the UW Rector’s Teaching Awards and the Rector’s Distinctions was held on November 16, 2022 in the Golden Hall of the Kazimierzowski Palace. One of the recipients was Dr. Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczynska of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology. Dr. Stupko-Lubczynska received the Rector’s Distinction. This award is given for scientific and […]

  • 2nd archaeological engagement program at Nea Paphos – Archaeologists’ reflections

    During the autumn fieldwork season, a group of highschool students from Paphos visited the ongoing excavations of the Maloutena-Agora Project (MA-P) in the Nea Paphos Archaeological Park. The visit was organized as part of an archaeological engagement program. MA-P is a collaborative project of three institutions: PCMA UW, Jagiellonian University and Warsaw University of Technology, […]

  • Work for archaeologists and surveyors in Berenike

    The Polish-American archaeological expedition to Berenike is looking for archaeologists and surveyors to work at this Red Sea harbour site in Egypt. The work is planned for November-December 2023. The surveyors should have experience in operating a total station. They will be tasked, among others, with taking field measurements and preparing plans in a vector […]

  • Discoveries in Gonio (Georgia): a Roman winepress

    This year’s excavations in the Roman fort of Apsaros (Gonio, Georgia), carried out by a Polish-Georgian Expedition led by Radosław Karasiewicz-Szczypiorski (Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw) and Shota Mamuladze (Agency for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Adjara), brough about new, interesting finds. Previous discoveries of the expedition famously include a mosaic […]

  • Archaeo-Oriental Studies Seminar: “Textiles for the king – an investigation of costume and identity in medieval Nubia”

    At the next seminar by the Archaeo-Oriental Studies Research Group at the University of Warsaw, Dr. Magdalena M. Woźniak (PCMA UW) will give a lecture: “Textiles for the king – an investigation of costume and identity in medieval Nubia”. Abstract: “The discovery of the mural paintings in the Faras cathedral during the Nubian Campaign set […]