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Conference: Decoration of Hellenistic and Roman buildings in Cyprus


The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw, the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, Polish Academy of Sciences and the Artibus Mundi Foundation  have the pleasure to announce a conference entitled: Decoration of Hellenistic and Roman buildings in Cyprus. Residences at Nea Paphos and other cities of the region.

The main focus of the conference is the architectural decoration of buildings discovered by the PCMA mission working in Nea Paphos for over 50 years. Its presentation in conjunction with expert knowledge on the various types of decoration presented by specialists is intended to initiate discussions and further studies in the field as well as confronting the Polish mission’s finds with those from other sites.

The presentations will be held in English and French, and the papers will be published in 2017 in open access.

Organizing committee:
prof. PAN dr hab. Barbara Lichocka (Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, PAS)
dr hab. Tomasz Waliszewski (Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology UW)
dr Henryk Meyza (Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures PAN)
mgr Monika Więch (Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures PAN)

Conference: Decoration of Hellenistic and Roman Buildings in Cyprus. Residences at Nea Paphos and other cities of the region

The Staszic Palace, Maria Skłodowska-Curie hall
Nowy Świat 72 st., Warsaw
10–11 March 2017; opening speech at 10 a.m.

Open to the public