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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 170


19. Lamp for two wicks, in form of two Female Feet cut off at the Ankles.
20. Portable Warmer.
PLATE.
COINS OP CYPRUS
PLATE.
COINS OF CYPRUS AND OTHER PLACES
PLATE. COINS
1. Frontal with archaic ornamentation. Gold
2. Frontal with ornamental border. Gold
3-6. Groups and details of Leaves of MortuaryChaplets. Gold
7. Sepulchral Covering for an Eye. Gold
8. Sepulchral Covering for a Mouth. Gold
9. Necklace. Gold and Cornelian

10. Necklace. Gold and Enamel

11-14. Various forms of the Pendants of Necklaces. Gold
15. Necklace with vase-shaped Pendant. Gold
16. Statuette showing manner of wearing Necklace. Terra-cotta
17. Necklace. Gold and Sard Beads
18. Necklace. Gold and Jewelled
19. Necklace. Gold and Emerald Glass
20. Engraved Greenstone Scarabaeus. Gold setting
21. Ear-ring. Gold plate9
22. Ear-ring with granulated ornaments. Gold.
23. Ear-ring. Grapes. Gold 24 Ear-ring with Beads. Gold
25. Ear-ring with Ball Pendant. Gold
26. Ear-ring. Gold plate
27. Ear-ring—a Dolphin's Head. Gold
28. Beaded Ear-ring—a Cock's Head. Gold
29. Ear-ring—a Goat's Head. Gold
30. Ear-ring—a Cock's Head. 'Gold

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