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Archaeological conference: Poles in the Near East 2017

The Director of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski, the Director of the Institute of...[more]

Category: conferences 24.05.2017

CONFERENCE: Poles in the Near East, 2017

For the second time we are organizing a conference focusing on Polish research in the Near East. It is meant as a forum for exchange of information...[more]

Category: conferences 14.03.2017

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...[more]

Category: research, conferences 08.03.2017

Conference: Red Sea VIII — extended deadline

With the appearance of the 2nd circular, the deadline for applications for the Red Sea VIII: Coveted Treasure conference has been extended till the...[more]

Category: conferences 01.03.2017

International Conference: “Research on human remains from Polish excavations in Africa and the Near East”

The Director of the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Prof. Tomasz Waliszewski, and the Director of the Institute of...[more]

Category: conferences 05.12.2016

EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE: People, Places, Monuments. 20 years of Polish–Lebanese Cooperation in Archaeology and Conservation (1996–2016)

Roman temple in Chhim (Photo Adam Oleksiak)

Archaeologists from the University of Warsaw have been invited, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of their research in Lebanon, to share the...[more]

Category: conferences, research, exhibitions 16.09.2016

WORKSHOP: "The Arabian Red Sea Route"

The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology University of Warsaw and the PCMA Aynuna Project are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for a...[more]

Category: conferences, research 12.09.2016

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