Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project
Understanding an ancient theatre in Cyprus
Study Day 2019
The University of Sydney's Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project commenced archaeological excavations of the World Heritage-listed ancient theatre site of Nea Paphos in May 1995 under the auspices of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus.

Now more than two decades later, and in preparation for the forthcoming October 2019 field season, excavators and specialists who have worked on the site come together to outline our new understanding of the architectural tradition of the theatre, its role within Hellenistic and Roman urban layout of the island's capital city, the finds of ceramic, glass and other materials, as well as the interesting developments on the site in the post-Antique and Medieval eras.
Saturday 27 July 2019
10am - 4pm

Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia (CCANESA) Boardroom
Level 4, Madsen Building
Eastern Avenue
The University of Sydney

Price: $10
RSVP required by 23 July for catering purposes.
For directions on the day contact 0416 319 155.

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