The Phlamoudhi Archaeological Project
invites you to become a Friend of Phlamoudhi
All Friends of Phlamoudhi will receive:
• an invitation to the opening of the exhibition, Views from Phlamoudhi, Cyprus that opens June 18, 2009 in the Cyprus Museum, Nicosia.
Suggested donation levels for the Friends of Phlamoudhi
While donations of any amount are appreciated, the following are suggested donations based on significant years in the history of research about Phlamoudhi, Cyprus:
In honor of the year 1970, when the Expedition to Phlamoudhi led by Edith Porada began, Friends donating at least $70 will receive a signed offprint of “From Expedition to Exhibition,” the introductory chapter authored by Joanna S. Smith in Views from Phlamoudhi, Cyprus (Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research 63, edited by J. S. Smith). This new volume, published in 2008, contains the nine papers delivered at the symposium held together with the 2005 exhibition. This gift is fully tax deductible.
In honor of the year 2000, when the Phlamoudhi Archaeological Project began, Friends donating at least $200, in addition to the signed offprint, “From Expedition to Exhibition,” will also receive a signed color offprint of the article, “Bringing Old Excavations to Life,” written by Joanna S. Smith. This article appeared in a 2008 double-issue of Near Eastern Archaeology, a publication by the American Schools of Oriental Research and a special issue in honor of the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute. This gift is fully tax deductible.
In honor of the year 2009, during which the artifacts are being repatriated to Cyprus, Friends donating $290 or more will receive both the color offprint of “Bringing Old Excavations to Life” and a signed copy of the volume, Views from Phlamoudhi, Cyprus (Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research 63, edited by J. S. Smith). This new book, published in 2008, contains the nine papers delivered at the symposium held together with the 2005 exhibition. In addition to “From Expedition to Exhibition” mentioned above, this volume also contains: “An Outline of the History of Archaeological Research in Cyprus” by Despo Pilides, “Physical Foundations of Phlamoudhi” by Jay Stratton Noller, “The Little Expedition That Could: An Insider’s View” by Allan S. Gilbert, “Settlement to Sanctuary at Phlamoudhi-Melissa” by Joanna S. Smith, “Phlamoudhi-Vounari: A Multi-Function Site in Cyprus” by Mara T. Horowitz, “Hellenistic, Roman, and Medieval Phlamoudhi” by Kyle L. Killian, “From Seeds to Landscape in Phlamoudhi, Cyprus” by Nancy M. Dammann, “Phlamoudhi Vounari and Melissa: 35 Years and 35 Centuries Later” by Robert S. Merrillees. Gifts at this level are tax deductible less the $75 cost of the volume.
Checks should be made out to Columbia University and sent to: The Friends of Phlamoudhi, c/o Joanna S. Smith, Department of Art History and Archaeology, 826 Schermerhorn Hall, MC 5517, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027.
To let you discover more of what awaits you if you join them as a Friend of Phlamoudhi, see our introduction to the Views from Phlamoudhi, Cyprus exhibition and a preview of the Guide to Phlamoudhi. If you know of anyone else who might like to become a Friend, please let us know. We thank-you for your interest in our project and we hope to see you in the Cyprus Museum!
Friends of Phlamoudhi
c/o Joanna S. Smith Phlamoudhi Archaeological Project Department of Art History and Archaeology
826 Schermerhorn Hall , MC 5517
New York, NY 10027
(212) 854-7329 (fax)