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 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