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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 175


150. Engraved Scarabǽus. Banded Sardonyx
151. Engraved Scarabǽoid. Steatite
152. Engraved Scarabǽus with Cypriote Inscription. Cornelian
153. Engraved Scarabǽoid. Cornelian
154. Engraved Bead. Grey Steatite
155. Carved Calf and Hand. Steatite
156. Engraved Gem—Jupiter. Sardonyx
157. Ancient Gem with Mediaeval Setting. Cornelian
158. Engraved Gem. Sardonyx
159. Engraved Gem. Iridescent and Transparent Paste
160. Engraved Gem. Cornelian
161. Engraved Gem. Purple Paste
162. Engraved Gem Ring—Hercules and the Nemasan Lion. Cornelian set in Gold
163. Engraved Gem—Leda and Swan. Heliotrope
164. Engraved Gem—Victory. Cornelian
165. Mediaeval Gem Seal—a Sphinx (called cockatrice). Cornelian or Sard.
166. Engraved Gem—a Gryllus. Sard
167. Engraved Gem—a Portrait Bust. Sardonyx
168. Engraved Gnostic Gem. Calcined Agate
169. Engraved Gem—a Portrait Head. Paste
170. Inscribed Gnostic Amulet. Cornelian
171. Inscribed Situla. Chalcedony
172. A. Inscribed Amulet in form of the Cuttle Fish. B. The Shield enlarged. Chalcedony
173. Inscribed Ornament. Chalcedony
174. Hand-painted Dish—Venus. Glass
175. Ring with Inscription. Glass
176. Hairpin. Glass
177. Hairpin. Bronze
178. Hairpin. Ivory
179. Phœnician Unguentarium. Glass

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