about 9,000 years the island of Cyprus has asserted it's presence
on the life of the Eastern Mediterranean.
between the European lands of the Aegean and the Middle East,
Cyprus was used as a stepping stone for trade, conquest and
most importantly, for cultural contact.
Archaelogical Museum in Nicosia covers the following periods
of Cyprus history:
B.C. - Neolithic I
B.C. - Neolithic II
B.C. - Chalcolithic
B.C. - Bronze Age
B.C. - Geometric
B.C. - Archaic
B.C. - Classical
B.C. - Hellenistic
B.C.-330 A.D. - Roman
Andreas Malecos collection features more than 200 artifacts
that are currently on display at the Museum.