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A Century of International Cyprological Research

In a lecture delivered in February 1996, Swedish archaeologist Paul Åström, who succeeded the “father of Cypriot archaeology”, Einar Gjerstad, surveys one hundred years of Cyprological research, from 1896 — when the British Museum carried out the first organised excavations in Cyprus — to the present day, providing a wealth of information and detailed bibliographical references.

Twelfth Annual Lecture on Cypriot History and Archaeology

Author: P. Åström
Category: Lectures on History and Archaeοlogy
2000 / 17 × 24 cm / 48 pp. / illustrated / paperbound

ISBN: 9963-42-088-5