The Maritime Archaeological Research Laboratory (MARELab) of the University of Cyprus (Department of History and Archaeology) was founded in 2011, aiming to serve as a dynamic venue of research on maritime archaeology. In all MARELab projects, on land and underwater, particular emphasis is given to the implementation of digital methods for data recording and mapping, both as integral part of the fieldwork documentation and as tools for archaeological interpretation.
I completed my undergraduate studies in archaeology in 2006, at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (Department of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy). I then continued my studies at the University College London (2007) where I acquired a Masters degree on Management of Archaeological Sites. Between the years 2008 – 2012 I worked with […]
The University of Cyprus has awarded a partial scholarship to four MA students with a specialisation in Maritime Archaeology. Lina Bitsakaki – Honor Frost Foundation Scholarship 2017 (£10,000) Constantinos Nicolaou – Honor Frost Foundation Scholarship 2015 (£5000) MA thesis research entitled ‘The Wooden Shipbuilding in Cyprus from the late 19th to mid-20th Century’. Lefki Papakosta […]