"Visualizing Votive Practice," Co-Authored by Prof. Toumazou, Launches on Digital Press

Faculty member in Cyprus

Mike Toumazou, Professor of Classics and Director of the Athienou Archaeological Project

Visualizing Votive Practice is the latest publication from Professor Toumazou's thirty-plus-year excavation at Athienou on Cyprus. 

Visualizing Votive Practice: Exploring Limestone and Terracotta Sculpture from Athienou-Malloura through 3D Models (Grand Forks, ND: Digital Press at the University of North Dakota, 2020) is an innovative, open-access, digital monograph that explores the limestone and terracotta sculptures excavated from a rural sanctuary at the site of Athienou-Malloura (Cyprus) by the Athienou Archaeological Project.

Authors include Derek B. Counts ‘92, Erin Walcek Averett, Kevin Garstki, and Michael Toumazou, with contributions from Clay M. Cofer ‘99. 

The book is available to download for free on The Digital Press website.


  • June 15, 2021