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The alphabetic inscriptions of Cyprus: epigraphic contribution to the reconstruction of the history of ancient Cyprus

Kantirea, Maria

The epigraphic evidence known from ancient Cyprus consists of over 5,000 inscriptions: syllabic, Phoenician, alphabetic Greek and Latin. The first two groups are extremely important for the study ...

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Section: Epigraphy
Published: June 7, 2015

Analytical methods for the determination of the chemical composition of ancient coins

Charalambous, Andreas

The determination of the chemical composition of ancient coins may offer valuable information to archeologists, historians and numismatists, mainly regarding their manufacturing technology, age, minting places, and authenticity ...

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Section: Numismatics
Published: June 7, 2015

A hoard of silver coins of the 5th century BC from Nicosia

Pilides, Despina

The excavations at the Hill of Agios Georgios, Nicosia, from 1996-2010 have revealed remains from several periods in the long history of Nicosia and have provided considerable information concerning its development ...

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Section: Numismatics
Published: June 7, 2015

Corpus of Cypriote syllabic inscriptions of the 1st millennium BC

Perna, Massimo

The epigraphy of the Cypriote syllabaries counts now more than 200 years since modern rediscovery of the relevant evidence. A voyage by Josef von Hammer in 1800 which resulted in the detection of the first Cypriote syllabic inscription, was followed by the publication ...

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Section: Epigraphy
Published: June 7, 2015

Cypriote coinage under Roman rule (30 BC – 3rd century AD)

Amandry, Michel

In 30 BC, after the death of Cleopatra and Marc Antony, Cyprus fell under the direct control of Octavian. But in 22 BC, Augustus ceded the island to the Senate to be governed by proconsuls of praetorian status ... 

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Section: Numismatics
Published: June 7, 2015