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PCMA experts visited Palmyra

Fragment of the relief of the lion protecting a gazelle (Photo B. Markowski and R. Żukowski)

Polish specialists representing the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw, visited Palmyra a few days after its recapture...[more]

Category: other, research 24.04.2016

Conference “Life in Palmyra, life for Palmyra”

Life in Palmyra, life for Palmyra

On 21–22 of April 2016, the University of Warsaw will host an international conference “Life in Palmyra, life for Palmyra”. It is co-organized by the...[more]

Category: conferences, research 18.04.2016

CONFERENCE: “Poles in the Near East”

The conference, co-organized by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology and the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, will accompany...[more]

Category: conferences, research 29.03.2016

EXHIBITION on PCMA research in Syria and Iraq

Palmyra in Syria, Hatra and Nimrud in Iraq – these names have been appearing lately across news headlines throughout the world. They are names of...[more]

Category: exhibitions, research 21.03.2016

PCMA scholarships 2016/2017

The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw will grant scholarships to young scholars for research projects related to the...[more]

Category: research, other, Centre in Cairo 25.02.2016

Seminar ’Imperial’ Berenike and its Antecedents on the Red Sea Coast in PCMA Research Centre in Cairo

Fot. J. Rądkowska

The PCMA Research Center in Cairo and the Minister of Antiquities of Egypt are coorganizing a seminar on "Imperial” Berenike and its Antecedents...[more]

Category: conferences, lectures, Centre in Cairo, research 19.02.2016

Conference: Poles in the Near East

The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology and the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw are co-organizing a conference on University of...[more]

Category: conferences, research 29.02.2016

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