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Arsinoe Philadelphus in Cyprus

Michel, Anaïs

Arsinoe Philadelphus is a well-known figure of Hellenistic history. She plays an important role for the definition of Ptolemaic queenship and sparks interest from scholars focusing on the dialog with local and, most specifically in Ptolemaic context...

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Section: Cult and Religion
Published: January 4, 2021

Shipwrecks: tracing the role of Cyprus in the seaborne trade networks of the eastern Mediterranean

Demesticha, Stella

Seamen that sailed in the eastern Mediterranean could not miss Cyprus. It is the only island in the region, 65 km away from Cilicia and 105 km from Syria, its mountains being visible from the surrounding mainland. Thus, it is no coincidence that Cyprus was involved in very early maritime ventures from these coasts, already from the 11th millennium BC...

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Section: Economy - Trade
Published: October 4, 2019

Thinking through the Body: Reconsidering Cremations in Archaic Cyprus

Mina, Maria

The archaeology of the body, which developed relatively recently, has proved to be a particularly productive avenue of research, leading archaeologists to explore areas previously considered unchartered territory, such as corporeal and sensory experiences, to mention but a few of the diverse areas of interest. 

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Section: Archaeology
Published: February 11, 2018

Royal Ideology in Archaic and Classical Cyprus

Christodoulou, Panos

During the Archaic and Classical periods (8th –4th centuries BC), Cyprus is characterised by political division. For more than eight centuries the cities of the island have been governed by monarchs who were the most predominant members of the local royal families... 

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Section: Kingdoms- Kings
Published: December 22, 2016

The relations between Athens and Cyprus during the classical period

Raptou, Eustathios

The recording of written sources and archaeological evidence from the end of the Archaic to the beginning of the Hellenistic period (end of 6th-4th century BC) proves that these two centuries were significant for the establishment of Hellenism in Cyprus, at a difficult time  ...

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Section: Cyprus and the Others
Published: April 5, 2016

Inscriptiones Graecae insulae Cypri research project (IG XV 2)

Summa, Daniela

The Inscriptiones Graecae (IG) is the oldest scientific project of the Berlin Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften

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Section: Research Projects
Published: February 2, 2016

Pottery of Geometric, Archaic and Classical periods in Cyprus

Georgiadou, Anna, P.

The pottery of Iron Age Cyprus, i.e. of the Cypro-Geometric (CG), Cypro-Archaic (CA) and Cypro-Classical (CC) periods, represents an abundant archaeological record of the extant material culture.

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Section: Archaeology
Published: February 2, 2016

Grave reliefs from Cyprus from the Archaic to the Roman period

Poyiadji-Richter, Elena

The study of the existing burial sculptures from Cyprus reveals a continuous production of reliefs with human representations. With the exception of some isolated finds ... 

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Section: Archaeology
Published: September 11, 2015