Monthly Archives: May 2015

Presentation at Conference in Zagreb

Tomorrow night I’m heading off to Zagreb to present a paper on some of my research at CECE7 – VIIth European Conference of Egyptologists. Although I’ve visited Croatia before I’ve never been to Zagreb – it looks a fascinating city … Continue reading

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‘Travels round Cyprus Part 2’ page added

  I’ve just added ‘Travels round Cyprus Part 2’ – you can find the page on the menu under Journeys. This completes my current search for the rosette motif in Cyprus – I hope you’ve enjoyed the experience. If you want … Continue reading

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Addition to ‘Journeys’ Page

You can find a new page ‘Travels round Cyprus: Part 1’ under my Journeys on the menu. I’ve started this journey in North Cyprus, visiting Kyrenia Castle and then travelling back to North Nicosia to visit a Medieval Lapidary Museum. Start … Continue reading

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Conference Presentation at Symposia Iranica, Downing College, Cambridge

I gave a presentation at the conference ‘Symposia Iranica’, held at Downing College, Cambridge on 8th & 9th April 2015. In the paper I discussed a new interpretation which I am proposing for the use of the rosette motif on … Continue reading

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Article about my research in CAARI Newsletter

An article has just been published on my extended period of research in Cyprus last summer in the latest CAARI newsletter. I was thrilled  and honoured to have been awarded the prestigious ASOR/CAARI Anita Cecil O’Donovan Fellowship 2014-2015 which gave … Continue reading

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Addition to ‘My Favourite Things Page’

I’ve added a new page ‘Enkomi Bowl’ under  ‘These are a Few of My Favourite Things’ on the menu. You’ll find photographs of this wonderful bowl together with my story.  

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Welcome to The Rosette Lady

The name for this site came about when last year, on a research trip, I was introduced to an eminent academic simply by my first name, to which she immediately replied ‘Oh, you’re The Rosette Lady’!!! My fascination with the … Continue reading

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