Cyprus in the Long Late Antiquity

cyprus long late antiquity

Poster Background Photo: Remains of the aqueduct of Salamis-Constantia, 1st half of the 7th century ©️ Department of Antiquities, Cyprus (neg. no. D2608); Graphic Design: Aikaterini Vavaliou

A conference organised by Prof Ine Jacobs (, Faculty of Classics, Faculty of History, School of Archaeology) and Dr Panayiotis Panayides (, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Classics, Corpus Christi College) in collaboration with the TOCH Heritage Programme, the Faculty of Classics, the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research (OCBR), and the Cyprus High Commission in the UK.

This symposium brings together archaeologists and historians engaged in the study of Cyprus between the sixth and eighth centuries. They will collate the results of recent and past research to arrive at a comprehensive, interdisciplinary reconstruction of life on the island in the Long Late Antiquity.

For further information and to register your attendance, please contact the organisers.

You can access the conference programme here