2016 Polish excavations at Kato Paphos – Maloutena completed
The Cypriot Department of Antiquities announced the completion of the 2016 excavations of the Polish Archaeological Mission at Kato Pafos-Malloutena. Excavations were conducted by the Polish Archaeological Mission of the University of Warsaw under the direction of Dr H. Meyza.
|Southwestern corner of the courtyard HH 1 with corner of the rectangular basin and bedrock |
uncovered south of the basin [Credit: H. Meyza]
|Plan of central part of the “Hellenistic” House and western part of Roman House, with 2016 trenches marked |
[Credit: St. Medeksza, A. Brzozowska, A. Kubicka and H. Meyza]
|Circular basin in 'Hellenistic' House, seen from east |
[Credit: K. Żywicki]
Along the wall of the “Roman House” a pipe was found set in a frame built of fist-sized stones. In the House of Aion limited cleaning of architectural features was conducted. Also, aerial photography was performed in order to enable the study of the architectural remains.
Source: Ministry of Interior, Republic of Cyprus [February 16, 2017]