| International workshop organized within the framework of ARIEL
CERAMIC IDENTITIES AND AFFINITIES OF THE REGION OF PAPHOS DURING THE BRONZE AGE
(3rd and 2nd millennia BC)
Archaeological Research Unit, University of Cyprus
Saturday, 19 September 2015
|The research programme ARIEL (Archaeological Investigations of the Extra-Urban and Urban Landscape in eastern Mediterranean centres: a case-study at Palaepaphos) organized an international workshop, entitled "Ceramic identities and affinities of the region of Paphos during the Bronze Age (3rd and 2nd millennia BC)" held at the Archaeological Research Unit Lecture Room on Saturday, the 19th of September 2015.
The workshop elucidates the idiosyncratic pottery production of the region of Paphos during the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC in terms of fineware, storage, transport and cooking vessels. The workshop also seeks to define the affinities of the Paphian ceramic industry in relation to the production of neighbouring regions and more distant areas of the island. The ARIEL workshop hosts leading scholars and young researchers in the field of Cypriot archaeology. The participants present original material and innovative, inter-disciplinary research approaches to ceramic studies.
The Palaepaphos Urban Landscape Project (PULP)