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SALAMIS

SALAMIS IN THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.
BY ALEXANDER PALMA DI CESNOLÀ, F.S.A.,
page 176


180. Alabastron. Glass
181. Amphora. Glass
182. Amphora, Glass
183. Two-handled Vase. Glass.
184. Phœnician Diota. Glass
185. Phœnician Diota. Glass
186. Hydria. Glass
187. Hydria. Glass
188. Egg-cup with an Egg in it. Glass
189. Painted Phœnician Vase. Glass
190. Iridescent Bottle or Vase. Glass
191. Iridescent Bottle. Glass
192. Bowl. Glass
193. Upright Vase ornamented with Studs or Teardrops. Glass
194. Bowl of the same style. Glass . .
195. Drinking Cup with Moulded Inscription. Glass
196. Drinking Vessel with Moulded Inscription. Glass
197. Moulded Drinking Vessel. Glass
198. Head of a Goddess, A. Front view. B. Side view. Glass
199. Seated Female Figure. Glass
200. Pendant—-a Negro Head. Glass
201. Pendant—an Archaic Head. Glass
202. Pendant—a Mask. Glass
203. Pendant—a Mask. Glass
204. Pendant—a Bull's Head. Glass.
205. Pendant in form of an Animal's Teeth. Glass
206. Pendant—a Boar's Head. Glass
207. Pendant—a Jug. Glass
208. Pendant—a Vase. Glass

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