Wine, Oil and COVID-19:

The impact of a global pandemic on island life, archaeological fieldwork and international travel Dr Emlyn Dodd, AAIA Fellow in Greece, was conducting fieldwork when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. He shares his experience with us. When you begin a new fieldwork project as an archaeologist, you expect to encounter some obstacles – things that require …

Celebrating Olwen Tudor Jones on International Women’s Day

This year on International Women’s Day we have delved into the AAIA Archives and unearthed a rare film interview with Olwen Tudor Jones. Olwen Tudor Jones (1916-2001), was an archaeologist, finds manager, archivist, teacher and mentor. She was Research Assistant to the AAIA’s founding director, the late Professor Alexander Cambitolgou. She was an amazing woman …

Excavating in ancient Cyprus in 2019

The AAIA has supported the Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project since 2009. Dr Craig Barker, Director of the Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project, reports on their recent 2019 Season. The Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project recently conducted its 19th excavation season at the World Heritage listed site of the Hellenistic-Roman theatre of Nea Paphos. Nea Paphos was the …

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