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Dr Artur Obłuski (photo University of Warsaw)

A Starting Grant was awarded by the European Research Centre to Dr Artur Obłuski from the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of...[more]

Category: research, distinctions 11.08.2017

PAST EVENTS:

New agreement for cooperation with Kuwait

An agreement for archaeological cooperation has been signed between the National Council of Culture Arts and Letters of the State of Kuwait and the...[more]

Category: research, other 02.11.2017

Fresh from the printing press: Bahra 1. Excavations in 2014 and 2015

The PCMA mission in Kuwait has just received copies of their latest publication “Bahra 1. Excavations in 2014 and 2015. Preliminary Report on the...[more]

Category: publications, research 21.10.2017

[Translate to English:] Odrestaurowana płaskorzeźba Lwa Palmyreńskiego odsłonięta w Muzeum Narodowym w Damaszku

[Translate to English:] Polski konserwator, Bartosz Markowski, zrekonstruował w Damaszku zniszczoną płaskorzeźbę Lwa Palmyreńskiego. Prace...[more]

Category: research, other 25.10.2017

Workshop “Arabian Red Sea Route”

The workshop will be held at the University of Warsaw on 3 July. It aims at providing an opportunity to exchange ideas on the ancient trade in the...[more]

Category: conferences, research 28.06.2017

Conference: Poles on the Nile 2016/2017

The annual conference „Poles on the Nile”, co-organized by the Department of the Archaeology of Egypt and Nubia (Institute of Archaeology, University...[more]

Category: conferences, research 30.05.2017

Opening in the Kom el-Dikka Archaeological Park

The opening ceremony at the Kom el-Dikka Archaeological Park (Photo J. Ciesielska/PCMA)

The launch of a new vistors’ route at the site of PCMA excavations in Alexandria drew over a hundred onlookers. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was...[more]

Category: other, research 04.04.2017

Kom el-Dikka, Alexandria: opening of the visitors' route

On the 1st of April 2017, a new visitors route in the Kom el-Dikka Archaeological Park is set to open to visitors. It will allow for a direct contact...[more]

Category: other, research 01.04.2017

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