Cyprus


The archaeological mission of Amathus celebrated its 40-year anniversary in 2015 and excavation projects continue to be led there today. 

The Potamia site is the location of a study of the “constitution of a medieval Orient countryside”, in collaboration with the Laboratory of Medieval Mediterranean Archaeology and the University of Cyprus.

The sites of  Shillourokambos and Klimonas provide a means of exploring one of the “neolithic revolutions” that facilitated the passage from the world of hunter-gatherers (Paleolithic) to societies based on farming and livestock-rearing (Neolithic). 

 

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Loutropoli

Loutropoli. Maria Giannopoulou (ΚΣΤ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on the discovery of a section of wall, running EW at 0.20m below the road surface. Measuring 6.20m and 0.60m high, the wall appeared to extend beyond the boundaries of the trench, and was made from large conglomerate stones. The trench fill contained ceramics of the late Roman and Byzantine periods, glass fragments, bones, shells, charcoal, and a clay...

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