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Σύνδεσμος Κυπρίων Αρχαιολόγων

Association of Cypriot Archaeologists

The Association of Cypriot Archaeologists organised an open to the public lecture on 07 April 2010 at the Kastelliotissa Hall near the Paphos Gate, Nicosia. Dr. Georgiou Kostas was the speaker and the topic of his lecture was "Aesthetics of the Civic Environment: How Much Do They Really Matter?".


The invitation to the lecture is attached below. Note: The invitation is in Greek.

On the occasion of the recent election of the new Board of the Association of Cypriot Archaeologists, the Board expresses its deep disappointment for the projects started with the permission of the Director of the Department of Antiquities, at the katholikon of the Monastery of Saint Herakleidios.

Despite the vehement opposition of the entire scientific community of Cyprus and despite the protests of the scientific staff of the Department of Antiquities, the planned interventions have began and in the process they significantly and irreversibly alter the character of the Monument.

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The Venetian walls of Nicosia as a whole is one of the most important and well preserved Ancient Monuments of the capital and the whole of Cyprus. They constitute the main reference point of the city not only in our time, but since they were built. This is reflected both in the texts of sightseers and in the renaissance maps of Nicosia, which essentially depict the periphery of the walls with the eleven ramparts. The Venetian Walls is such an internationally recognized landmark of Nicosia that is often identified with the city itself, and furthermore they rightly and worthily appear in the logo of the Municipality of Nicosia, which has for more than one thousand years been the capital of Cyprus.

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The Association of Cypriot Archaeologists organised an open to the public lecture on 19 February 2010 at the Kastelliotissa Hall near the Paphos Gate, Nicosia. Dr. Charalambous Eleftherios was the speaker and the topic of his lecture was "Study of the Manufacture Technology and Identification of Workshops of Cypriot Floor Mosaics, 2nd-7th Century A.D., Via Chemical and Physicochemical Methods".


The invitation to the lecture is attached below. Note: The invitation is in Greek.

The Association of Cypriot Archaeologists organised an open to the public lecture on 14 January 2010 at the Kastelliotissa Hall near the Paphos Gate, Nicosia. Dr. Chrysostomou Popi was the speaker and the topic of her lecture was "Palaeodemographic Analysis of a Byzantine-Medieval Neighborhood in Nicosia: Old Town Hall 2002-2004".


The invitation to the lecture is attached below.

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