2008, 2011, & 2016 Grant Recipient
Lapithos Vrysi tou Barba, Cyprus. Early and Middle Bronze Age Tombs Excavated by J.L. Myres and M. Markides
2016 Award (Published in 2018 & 2020)
Ambelikou Aletri. Metallurgy and Pottery Production in Middle Bronze Age Cyprus
2011 Award (Published in 2013)
The Bronze Age Cemeteries at Karmi Palealona and Lapatsa in Cyprus (Excavations by J.R.B. Stewart)
2008 Award (Published in 2009)
Jennifer Webb is Adjunct Professor in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at La Trobe University, Melbourne, and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Cyprus. She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and of the Society of Antiquaries of London and co-Editor-in-Chief, with David Frankel, of the Swedish monograph series Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology. She has devoted many years to archaeological research on the Bronze Age in Cyprus, co-directing three major excavation projects and publishing full reports on these, as well as on a number of older, unpublished excavations on the island. She has also written extensively on material culture (pottery, metal, stone artefacts), as well as on identity, migration and community interaction, household archaeology, ritual, and gender and published six volumes on Cypriot antiquities in museums in Australia and Europe.