Investigations by Cornell University began at Alambra in 1974 and continued until 1985. Excavations were carried out from 1976-1982. A final publication appeared in 1996: John E. Coleman, Jane A. Barlow, Marcia K. Mogelonsky and Kenneth W. Schaar, Alambra: A Middle Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus, Paul Åströms Förlag, Jonsered, 1996.

The Middle Bronze Age Site of Alambra is located in central Cyprus, about 13 miles south of the island's capital of Nicosia. The main settlement area excavated, Area A, was occupied for a relatively short time about 1900 B.C.
For images of the site and excavations see Image Archives. (More are to be added in future)
For addenda and corrigenda to the publication see Addenda.