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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 165


21. Tweezers or small Pliers. Iron.
22. Arrow-head with a tang. Iron.
23. Boss and King. Iron and Bronze.
24. A Lock and Hasp. Iron and Bronze.
25. Calipers. Bronze.
26. Hasp of a Lock. Bronze.
27. Stylus. Brome. PLATE VIL IVORY AND BONE OBJECTS
1,1A. Portions of a carved Box.
2. A. B. Finger-ring, carved with a Female Head in profile to the left, perhaps Arsinoe. Bone.
3. Spoon, carved handle.
4. Handle of a Spoon.
5. Spoon.
6. King.
7. Ring, set with Crystal Bezel.
8. Ring with rectangular carved Bezel.
9. Handle of a Knife, carved in form of a Lion. Bone.

10. A Pin-case, or Etui.
11. A Die.
12. Two Female Figures, between a term or column. Bone.
13. Bridge, or Fret of a Lyre or Musical Instrument.
14. Ornamental Hairpin: a Head.
15. Ornamental Hairpin: a Bust.
16. Carved Hairpin.
17. Carved Torso, part of a Hairpin.
18. Hairpin, with globular top.
19. Hairpin, with pear-shaped top. XXX11

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