10 Jun 2018

Completion of 2018 excavations at Akrotiri-Dreamer’s Bay

Akrotiri Dreamers BayThe Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works announced the completion of the 2018 archaeological mission of the University of Leicester at Akrotiri-Dreamer’s Bay, in the Limassol district. The team, under the direction of Prof. Simon James, consisted of professional excavation staff and undergraduate students of the University of Leicester’s School of Archaeology & Ancient History, assisted by graduate students from the University of Cyprus. It was conducted with the permission of the Cyprus Department of Antiquities and the UK Sovereign Base Areas Administration, and with the support and assistance of RAF Akrotiri, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, and the Western Sovereign Base Area Archaeological Society. It was generously funded by the Honor frost Foundation. Read more at https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2018/06/completion-of-2018-excavations-at.html#cyha126f3kUvDx3C.99
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