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The Ayia Irini Project at Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm

Bourogiannis, Giorgos

Major archaeological discoveries are the result of both good fortune and painstaking work. The archaeology of Cyprus is one of the most distinct cases of such a combination. The monumental work accomplished between 1927 and 1931 ...

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Section: Research Projects
Published: June 7, 2015

Aphrodite, Goddess of Cyprus

Karageorghis, Jacqueline

From the end of the 19th century, scholars have been searching for the origin of the Greek Aphrodite, the goddess of love. For some, she was a blond goddess from the North, of Indo-European origin. For others, she came from the Orient. But for the Ancient Greeks she was the goddess of Cyprus ...

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Section: Cult and Religion
Published: June 7, 2015

The Cyprus Numismatic Project (CNP) 2003-2008

Rutter, Keith

The origin of the Cyprus Numismatic Project can be traced back to an informal conversation in Edinburgh in 2003 between Professors Vassos Karageorghis and Keith Rutter. They discussed the island of Cyprus in antiquity, in particular the city-kingdoms ...

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Section: Research Projects
Published: June 7, 2015

Τhe Numismatic Collection of the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation. A thirty-year journey

Zapiti, Eleni

The year 2014 marked thirty years of creativity and achievement of the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation. In 1984, the Bank of Cyprus established the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation under the main objective to encourage the research and study of Cypriote archaeology ...

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Section: Collections of Cypriote Antiquities
Published: June 7, 2015

Cyprus and the Near East in the Neo-Assyrian Period

Cannavò, Anna

The Neo-Assyrian period in Cyprus corresponds roughly to the century between the last quarter of the 8th and the third quarter of the 7th century BC, that is the time of maximum expansion of the Neo-Assyrian empire ...

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Section: Cyprus and the Others
Published: June 7, 2015

Portraits of the Classical Period in Cyprus

Koiner, Gabriele

Human images were prominent features in the Cypriote society. Portraits, depictions of real human beings, of both sexes and of different ages ... 

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Section: Archaeology
Published: June 7, 2015

The Cypriote Apollo. Characteristics of the Apolline Cult in Cyprus

Vernet, Yannick

The personality and the attributes of Apollo had already been well known and defined in the ancient Mediterranean since Homeric times ...

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Section: Cult and Religion
Published: June 7, 2015

The Tablet of Idalion (ICS 217)

Georgiadou, Anna

The "Inscription of Idalion", also known as the "Tablet of Idalion" bears the longest and best preserved Cypriote syllabic text known so far ...

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Section: Epigraphy
Published: June 7, 2015