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Dr. Stella Demesticha

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Associate Professor

Email: d***@***.cy
University of Cyprus
 
Background

Employment History

  • Assistant Professor of Maritime Archaeology
    University of Cyprus
  • Visiting Marine Archaeologist
    University of Cyprus
44 Total References
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It's like "excavating a time-capsule", ...
cyprus-mail.com, 7 Feb 2016 [cached]
It's like "excavating a time-capsule", says director of the project, Dr Stella Demesticha, associate professor at the University of Cyprus, describing the Mazotos shipwreck and the details it is revealing about maritime life in the region over 2,000 years ago.
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"The Mazotos shipwreck is special for many reasons," says Demesticha.
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"We study the ship itself, although very little has been exposed thus far: its size, its anchors as well as the methods and materials of construction. We focus on the wine amphorae of the cargo, which are thoroughly documented before and after recovery," Demesticha added.
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"At this depth and without the proper conservation infrastructures on land, bringing up the vessel is not an option," says Demesticha.
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"The shipwreck looks very promising about shedding light on the nautical and economic history of the period in the east Mediterranean," University of Cyprus visiting marine archaeologist Stella Demesticha told the press.
Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists - Activities and Events
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Dr. Stella Demesticha, a maritime archaeologist with the University of Cyprus, will discuss the discovery and excavation of a fourth century B.C. shipwreck in Mazotos, Cyprus.
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Dr. Demesticha will share stories of the excavation dives and photographs of her team’s discoveries.
Stella Demesticha, a ...
wapa.cloverpad.org, 4 Mar 2013 [cached]
Stella Demesticha, a maritime archaeologist with the University of Cyprus, will discuss the discovery and excavation of a fourth century B.C. shipwreck in Mazotos, Cyprus. The ship, discovered three years ago, was loaded with wine from Chios, one of the most expensive and sought-after Greek wines in antiquity. The University of Cyprus, in collaboration with the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus and the THETIS Foundation, organized the first Cypriot underwater project and recently began excavation at the site.   This excavation is expected to shed light on ancient seafaring and sea routes, commerce in the region, the sizes and gear of cargo ships, the living conditions on board and much more.   Dr. Demesticha will share stories of the excavation dives and photographs of her team’s discoveries. The exhibition, Cyprus: Crossroads of Civilizations, is on view at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History through May 1, 2011. http://www.wapadc.org/outsideevents/520965 http://www.wapadc.org/outsideevents/520965
Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists Activities and Events
wapa.cloverpad.org, 4 Mar 2013 [cached]
Stella Demesticha, a maritime archaeologist with the University of Cyprus, will discuss the discovery and excavation of a fourth century B.C. shipwreck in Mazotos, Cyprus. The ship, discovered three years ago, was loaded with wine from Chios, one of the most expensive and sought-after Greek wines in antiquity. The University of Cyprus, in collaboration with the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus and the THETIS Foundation, organized the first Cypriot underwater project and recently began excavation at the site.   This excavation is expected to shed light on ancient seafaring and sea routes, commerce in the region, the sizes and gear of cargo ships, the living conditions on board and much more.   Dr. Demesticha will share stories of the excavation dives and photographs of her team’s discoveries. The exhibition, Cyprus: Crossroads of Civilizations, is on view at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History through May 1, 2011. http://wapa.cloverpad.org/outsideevents?mode=PostView&bmi=520965 http://wapa.cloverpad.org/outsideevents?mode=PostView&bmi=520965
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