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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 167


PLATE IX.
STONE OBJECTS .
1. Carved Christian Tympanum. {See pages
2. Sarcophagus. (See page 101.)

PLATE X.
STONE OBJECTS (continued)
1. Draped Female Statuette.
2. Draped Male Statuette.
3. Female, seated on a chair, holding an infant.
4. Female, seated on a chair, at her side a fawn.
5. Statuette of a Shepherd wearing conical hat, carrying a Ram over the Shoulders.
6. Squatting Figure, the wrists bound with a thong.
7. Upper part of a Female Statuette.
8. Statuette of a Venus, the arms folded over the head.
9. Base of a Bowl, the feet carved in the form of heads.
10. A Lion's Face, perhaps the Spout of a Fountain.
11. Model of a Sarcophagus or Altar, with archaic ornamentation of zigzags and lozenges. 12-14. Altars, or models of Altars. 15-17. Cups, Chalices, or models of Cups.
PLATE XI.
ALABASTER OBJECTS
1'. Figure standing on a carved plinth, and carrying a tray of offerings.
2. A Head', Greek style.
3, 4. Unguentaria with their lids.
5. Zoned Uuguentarium.
6. Jug.
7. Alabastron, body reeded and eared
8. Alabastron.
9. Alabastron, with its stopper.
10-14. Various forms of the Alabastron or Unguentarium.

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