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SALAMINIA (CYPRUS) THE HISTORY, TREASURES, & ANTIQUITIES OF SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.

BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A., Member of the British Archǽological Association, and of the Society of Biblical Archeology; Hon. Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine, and of the Fhilotechnic Society, Turin; etc., etc., etc.

With an Introduction BY SAMUEL BIECH, Esq., D.C.L., LL.D., F.S.A., Keeper of the Egyptian and Oriental Antiquities in the British Museum, AND WITH UPWARDS OF SEVEN HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS, AND MAP OF ANCIENT CYPRUS. SECOND EDITION.

LONDON: WHITING & CO., LIM., 30 & 32, SARDINIA ST., LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS. 1884.

LIST OF CHAPTERS

I. Salamis
II. General Idea op Cypriote Antiquities
III. Gold Objects — Frontals, Necklaces, Hairpins, Ear-rings Finger-rings, Nondescript Objects, and Parts of Personal Ornaments
IV. Silver Objects
V. Bronze and Iron Remains—Patera, Mirrors, Boxes, Rings Armour, Miscellaneous Objects
VI. Leaden Antiquities—Groups, Plates, Slings, Bullets, Boxes Inscribed Rolls, Seals or Stamps
VII. Ivory Objects — Seals or Rings, Carvings, Boxes, Spoons Articles for the Toilet, etc
VIII. Bone and Shell Antiquities
IX. Stone Antiquities—Inscribed Stones, Phœnician Numerals, Cypriote Inscriptions, Statuettes, Greek Inscriptions, Altars, Vases, Amulets, Stamps, Tympanum of Early Christian Work
X. Alabaster
XI. Serpentine and Crystal Antiquities
XII. Cylinders
XIII. Cones
XIV. Scarabǽi.—Beads.—Inlaying Pieces, etc.
XV. Engraved Gems and Precious Stones
XVI. Chalcedony, etc.
XVII. Glass—Number of Specimens, Paterœ, Acetabula, Hand-painted Vases, Painted Dishes, Finger-rings, Hairpins, Unguentaria, Alabastra, Ainphorœ, Diotse, Oinochoœ, Hydriœ, Iridescent Glass, Bowls, Pendants, etc.
XVIII. Terra-Cotta—Statues and Statuettes, Portraits, Grotesques, Caricatures, Figures of Boys
XIX. Terra-Cotta (continued)—Sacerdotal and Sacred Effigies
XX. Terra Cotta (continued) — Masks, Caricatures, Animals, Chariots, Warriors, Toys, and other Objects
XXI. Terra-Cotta (continued) — Urns, Vases, Amphorǽ, Archaic, Aryballi, Fumigators, Hand or Foot Warmers, Strainers, Pots, Later Aryballi, Miscellaneous, Roman, etc.
XXII. Lamps
XXIII. Coins

 
 
 
 
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