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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 153


Reseph Mical, a Phœnician god, 3
Rhytons, various, 237
Rings, 5
------ ring-shaped objects of shell, 82, 83
----- ivory, 73
Rhodes, coin of, 265 River god, a, 1 Rods, of ivory, 77 Rolls, leaden, 68-70 Roman coins, 11
----- glass, 10
----- influence, 20
----- lamps, 250, et seq.
----- lead, 66
----- remains, 5
----- statuettes, 93
------ vase, with painted subjects, 246, 247
Roman masters of'Salamis, 3; revolt against
them, 4 Rome, Museums at, 49
SACERDOTAL effigies, 203, et seq.
St. Petersburg, Museum at, 20
Sais, on the Nile, 250
Salamis, SALAMISa, or SALAMISium, ruins of the ancient city, 1
----- legend concerning its origin, 2
------ kings of, 3
------ harbour of, now disappeared, 1
----- spread of its importance, 4
----- becomes a Roman province, 3
----- massive wall of, 2
----- subject to Amosis, King of Egypt, 3
----- the most Greek of all the towns of Cv prus,
--testimony of the writer Bustron concerning antiquities found at, 5
----- inscribed stone from, 89

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