Short CV/Education and training

  • Since 2020
    Visiting Professor, Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology Warsaw University (research position)

  • Since 2019
    Director of the Joint Polish Archaeological Mission in Paphos: Maloutena and Agora

  • Since 2019
    Vice-Director of the Polish Archaeological Institute at Athens

  • Since 2005
    Head of the Department of Classical Archaeology, Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology

  • Since 2002
    Director of Polish Redaction of Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum

  • 2011 – 2019
    Director of the Paphos Agora Project in Cyprus


  • Since 2002
    The title of professor

  • 1995
    Habilitation, Jagiellonian University in Kraków

  • 1986
    Ph.D. Doctor of Humanities, Jagiellonian University in Kraków

  • 1977
    M.A., Jagiellonian University in Kraków

Selected publications

  • Corinthian and Italo-Corinthian pottery from the Polish collections, Warszawa-Kraków 1989.

  • Hellenistic Pottery from the Polish Excavations at Nea Paphos (Maloutena), 1965-1995: the Status of Research and Prospects for Future Study, (in) Acts of the Third International Congress of Cypriot Studies, Nicosia 1996, Nicosia 2000, pp. 721-738.

  • (with D. Briquel) Volterra, Paris, Cracovie: L’itineraire d’un couvercle d’urne cinéraire de la tombe des Ceicna Fetiu, Studi Etruschi, vol. LXIX (Serie III), Roma 2003, 221-242.

  • [editor with M. Vickers, J. Bodzek & D. Braund and author] PONTIKA 2008. Recent Research on the Northern and Eastern Black Sea in Ancient Times, International Colloquium at the Institute of Archaeology Jagiellonian University Kraków, 21st -26th April 2008, British Archaeological Reports. International Series, BAR IS 2240, Oxford 2011.

  • Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Poland 11, Cracow 1: Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology and Museum collections, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, Kraków 2012.

  • Recent Polish excavations in the agora of Paphos, the ancient capital of Cyprus, Antiquity, Issue 347 – October 2015

  • E. Papuci-Władyka, An Essay on Recent Archaeological Research on the Northern Black Sea, in M. Manoledakis, J. Xydopoulos, G. Tsetskhladze (eds.), Colloquia Antiqua vol. 18: Black Sea volume, Leuven/Paris/Bristol: Peeters, 2018, pp. 279-339.

  • (editor and author) PAPHOS – MYSTERY OF THE CITY OF APHRODITE. Archaeological heritage versus new technologies, Archaeologica Foundation, Kraków 2018, 239 pp.

  • Hellenistic Pottery and the daily life of Nea Paphos-Maloutena inhabitants: some reflections on historical and social changes, in A. Peignard-Giros (ed.), Daily Life in a Cosmopolitan World: Pottery and Culture During The Hellenistic Period, Proceedings of the 2nd Conference of International Association of Research on Pottery of the Hellenistic Period, Lyon, November 2015, 5th – 8th, Phoibos Verlag Vienna 2019, pp. 525-535.

  • (editor and author), PAPHOS AGORA PROJECT (PAP), vol. 1, Interdisciplinary Research of the Jagiellonian University in Nea Paphos UNESCO World Heritage Site (2011-2015) – First Results, Historia Iagellonica, Kraków 2020, 553 pp.

Selected projects

  • MA-P Maloutena and Agora in the layout of Paphos: modelling the cityscape of the Hellenistic and Roman capital of Cyprus, 2020 – 2022

  • PAPHOS AGRORA PROJECT. Excavations of the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology in Paphos, Cyprus, 2011 – 2020

  • THALES – ESPA – The Sanctuary of Apollo and Early Christian Settlement. Diachronic development of an Ancient Sanctuary and its transformation to Chritian Settlement. Member of Main Research Group – Director of Working Group 4 – responsible for the publication of the Hellenistic pottery, 2011 – 2015

  • Greek culture in the Black Sea shore: Koshary (chora of Olbia) and Akra in Crimea, 1998 – 2010

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Chair, Commission of Archaeology of the Mediterranean Countries, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences (PAU), since 2016

  • Member of Archaiologike Etairia, Athens, since 2014

  • Member of the Society of Cypriot Studies, Nicosia, since 2013

  • Member and Vice-President (2007-2011) of Committee on Ancient Culture, Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), since 2003

  • Member of Commission of Classical Philology, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences (PAU), since 1996

  • Chair, International Association for Research on Pottery of the Hellenistic Period (IARPotHP), 2015 – 2019

  • Member of the board of Recherches archeologiques

  • Member of the board of Studies in Ancient Art and Cilization

Soft Skills/Other activities and achievements

Other activities and achievements/family

  • Chair of the Association of Greeks in Kraków, 2007 – 2019

  • Traveling, cats, gardening and swimming.

  • My husband is Marek Władyka, we have a son, Patryk, and three grandchildren, Ignacy, Miłosz and Nina. We also have two cats, Bolek and Lolek.


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