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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 173


93. Phœnician Inscription. Stone 94r. Cypriote Inscription. Stone
95. Cypriote Inscription. Stone
96. Cypriote Inscription. Stone
97. Cypriote Inscription. Stone
98. Cypriote Inscription. Stone
99. Cypriote Inscription. Stone
100. Fragment of a Cypriote Inscription. Stone
101. Inscribed Statuette. Stone
102. Torso of a Statuette with Cypriote Inscription. Stone
103. A. Head with Mouth-strap and Pipes. Stone, B. C. D. Horns or Trumpets. Terra-cotta
104. Statuette of Salamis and Constanzia. Stone
105. Fragment of a Votive Carving, with Escallop Shell and Greek
106. Inscribed Sepulchral Slab. Marble
107. Another. Marble
108. Another. Marble
109. Another. Marble
110. Inscribed Slab. Marble
111. Another. Marble
112. Carved Altar: Phœnician style. Stone
113. Tripod with Cypriote Inscription. Terra d'Umbra
114. Inscribed Bowl of the Tripod. Terra d'Umbra
115. Greek Elegy on Inscribed Sepulchral Slab. Marble
116. Inscribed Tablet of the Emperor Nerva. Stone
117. Christian Stamp or Mould. Stone
118. Iconic Bust. Calcareous Stone
119. A. Unguent Vase. B. Inscribed Foot. Alabaster
120. A. Unguent Vase with handle in form of a Winged Figure.
B. Inscribed Foot. Alabaster

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