New finds at Cyprus's ancient capital | ArchaeoFeed
Polish archaeologists unearthed remains of buildings by the agora of Nea Paphos, ancient capital of Cyprus and uncovered the layout of streets in the city. Excavations at the site (by Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka) The team of Polish archaeologist, led by Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka, hoped to find the ancient port of the capital, that was expected in the vicinity of the North-West gate. In previous years archaeologists have conducted a lot of fieldwork involving geophysics in order to locate the port. They've discovered rectangular structures believed to have been part of the port's infrastructure. The researchers opened numerous test trenches to verify their assumptions and learn more about the natural environment in which Paphos was located. Unearthed natural layers of sand, dirt, and mother rock exclude however the existence of harbour or docks in the past in the area of interest they have chosen. The geophysical measurements were continued in other parts of Paphos, with intention of creating