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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 164


21. Part of a Lock or Staple-fastening.
22. Leg of a Tripod or Stand, triple claw.
23 A Strigli.
24. A Finger-ring with Bezel in form of a Key.
25. A Strigil.
PLATE IV.
BRONZE OBJECTS (continued)
1. Group of a Large Jar, showing repairs; paterce, phiale, omphalotos, and drinking vessels.
2. A-E. Mirrors.
3. A Patera or Plate, Pinax.
4. A-D. Weights, one with three triangular holes.
5. Egyptian Figure of the Goddess Isis.
6. Egyptian Figure of the God Osiris, mummied: head-dress of plumes; in the hands the usual emblems of flail and hook; beneath the feet the tang to fasten the object to a plinth.
7. Head of a similar figure.
8. A-E. Hairpins and objects of Toilet.
9. A-i. Nine Pins of various forms.

10. A-o. Three Tripods or Candelabra.
11. Egyptian Situla or little Bucket; uncertain religious subject in relief.
12. Part of a Chain or Manacle.
13. A Pendant.
PLATE V.
IRON AND BRONZE OBJECTS .
1. Sword, leaf-shaped blade. Iron.
2. Sword, rivets on the tang. Iron.
3. 4. Spear-heads. Iron. 5, G. Knives. Iron.
7. Axe or Pick, of remarkable shape. Iron.
8. Arrow-head. Iron.
9. Group of conglomerated Arrow-heads. Iron. 10, 11. Finger-rings. Iron.
12-20. Strigils of various shapes and dimensions. (18, Bronze.)

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