Curium sentence example
- Hake at Salamis and Curium for the South Kensington Museum, but no scientific record was made.
- In Hellenic times the kingdom of Paphos was only second to Salamis in extent and influence, and bordered on those of Soli and Curium.
- Excepting a fort attributed to the close of the 12th century the town is without antiquities of interest, but in the neighbourhood are the ancient sites of Amathus and Curium.
- a list of Cypriote towns seems to include among others the names of Salamis, Citium, Soli, Idalium, Cerynia (Kyrenia), and Curium.
- The settlements at Paphos and Salamis, and probably at Curium, were believed to date from the period of the Trojan War, i.e.Advertisement
- Sargon's inscription at Citium is cuneiform.4 The culture and art of Cyprus in this Graeco-Phoenician period are well represented by remains from Citium, Idalium, Tamassus, Amathus and Curium; the earlier phases are best represented round Lapathus, Soli, Paphos and Citium; the later Hellenization, at Amathus and Marion-Arsinoe.
- 13 The principal Greek cities were now Salamis, Curium, Paphos, Marion, Soli, Kyrenia and Khytri.
- Phoenicians held Citium and Amathus on the south coast between Salamis and Curium, also Tamassus and Idalium in the interior; but the last named was little more than a sanctuary town, like Paphos.
- On the other hand, on a gem of Phoenician style found at Curium in Cyprus there appear two male (bearded) sphinxes, with the tree of life between them.
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- + ?- 1, _,a, - oit - et_ ï¿½ es aG - C ï¿½, vr - th%r Q.nv ' '1 oC p [1:9 ï¿½ Zkio Cv s o o ï¿½ s oK I 1 de oK ï¿½ ï¿½K ï¿½, P T °`a Cyprian Inscription (4th century B.C.) from Curium (British Museum Excavations, p. 64).
- The Greek colonists traced their descent, at Curium, from Argos; at Lapathus, from Laconia; at Paphos, from Arcadia; at Salamis, from the Attic island of that name; and at Soli, also from Attica.