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Σύνδεσμος Κυπρίων Αρχαιολόγων

Association of Cypriot Archaeologists

Welcome

Welcome to the renovated website of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists!

Here you can find information regarding the History and the Administration of our Association, related archaeological Legislation, and Useful Links to other archaeological bodies and organizations in Cyprus, while by visiting the Archive you can find information regarding past events and projects organized by the Association.

In the new Calendar application (information provided only in Greek) you can find events currently being organized by our Association, but also other archaeological bodies active in Cyprus.

On our pages you can also find all the necessary information to conclude registration to the Association, such as the Statute and the digital Membership Application form.

Parallel to the above, we offer in digital form the contents of the first five volumes of our scientific journal Archaeologia Cypria, which is published by the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists since 1985.

If you have questions on the function of the website please refer to the Help section, and if you need to reach us you may further use the Contact Us form.

Enjoy our new website!

 Latest publication

 2012 - Κυπριακή Αρχαιολογία - Archaeologia Cypria Volume 6

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Recent posts

It is with great pleasure that we would like to inform you that the website of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists is back online. Our website has been fully redesigned and the supporting software and security measures have been updated. The main features of our new website are the following:


Announcements

The Association of Cypriot Archaeologists in cooperation with the Friends of the Cyprus Museum / Limassol Branch organized an open to the public lecture on 16 March 2016 at the Events Hall of the Bank of Cyprus in Limassol. Professor Demetrios Michaelides was the speaker and the topic of his lecture was "Hellenistic and Roman Cyprus through the Finds of Nea Paphos".


Archive

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Announcements

The Association of Cypriot Archaeologists organized an open to the public lecture on 23 October 2015 at the Lecture Hall of the Archaeological Research Unit. Mr. Giorgos Kyriakopoulos was the speaker and the topic of his lecture was "The Archaeology of Yesterday: On the Occasion of a Modern Greek Utilitarian Pottery Collection and a Photographic Archive".


Archive

The Association of Cypriot Archaeologists (ACA) in its capacity as a research association does not as a rule take a stand on political issues and does not endorse the positions expressed by any political party. However, due to the course that the public debate has followed on the issue of the Cyprus Theatre Organisation (THOC) performance at ancient Salamis, we the undersigned Regular Members of the ACA believe that we need to engage publicly in the debate, so as to voice our reservations, which in turn are related solely to the legal aspects of the issue.


Archive

The Association of Cypriot Archaeologists expresses deep sorrow and indignation for the brutal torture and murder of the eminent Syrian archaeologist Khaled al-Asaad (خالد الأسعد‎), as well as the unjust death of the chemist/antiquities conservator Qassem Abdallh Yehya (عدد القراءات) on the 18th and 12th August 2015 correspondingly on the hand of the extremist terrorist forces of the Islamic State, who are carrying out an unprecedented campaign of historical memory eradication in the lands of Syria and Iraq. The killing of the two Syrian archaeologists at the city of Palmyra adds to the already long list of heinous and obscene acts by the Islamic State against culture, humanism and rational thought.


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