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  • Collection: OUC Georgios Deligiannakis Archive

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St Epiphanius, Monastery of St. John Lambadistis, AD 1659

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Burial chambers from the necropolis of Anemurion (mod. Anamur), CIlicia, Roman/Late Roman

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Gravestone of Poimenios with epigram indicating that he was at the service of the emperor and died young at his thirties; found Ortaköy, Kuruçeşme; today Archaeological Museum of Istanbul (inv. 2793 T), 5th/6th century

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Marble reliquary of St Zacharias, Museum of Silifke, Seleukeia, 5th/6th century AD

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Preserved in one piece from the top of the head to the neck and most of a joining socket for insertion. The face is clean-shaven and youthful. The hair, which fits the head like a cap is brushed forward onto the forehead and temples in thin, long…

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Fragment of a pithos with Early Christian inscription, Episcopical Church of Kourion, Cyprus; Museum of Kourion; text: + Lord help him who made this and wrote [...]. The voice of the Lord is upon the waters. Lord Jesus Christ"

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Over-life size marble statue of a male notable on an inscribed base, East Stoa of the Gymnasium/Bath complex of ancient Salamis, Cyprus

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Ayios Philon Early Christian Church, Cyprus, 5th century

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Ayios Philon Early Christian Church, Cyprus, 5th century

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Fragment of a Late Roman rescript, concerned with penalties and prohibition, Salamis (Cyprus), 5th/6th century AD

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Inscribed slab with epigram referring to Olympius, son of Antiochus, and his repairs of the Baths of Salamis wit hthe addition of a garden, 5th century AD

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Colossal female head with incised crosses on the forehead, mouth and eyes, from Xerokampi, Museum of Sparta, Greece

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Pot with red flowers; detail of the panel depicting the Triumph of Dionysus from the mosaic floor of the so-called House of Aion, Nea Paphos; 325-360 A.D. An allusion to a spring/summer festival?

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The so-called Parabiago plate; silver circular plate depicting Cybele and Attis in the company of cosmological and mythological figures (Corybantes, Aion, Sun, Phosophorus, Moon, Hesperus, Neptune, Thetis, Nymphs, erotes, Tellus). Found in an…

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Cylindrical altar-like marble base with relief decoration of Dionysaic themes (drunken Dionysus, Satyrs, Maenads, Pan, panther); it sits on rectangular base whose corners have the shape of a lion's paws. Found in the city of Milos island (Cyclades);…

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A.I. Dikigoropoulos, Cyprus Betwixt Greeks and Saracens A.D. 647-965, Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Oxford, Lincoln College, Oxford 1961, 411 p. (FULL TEXT)

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The treasure (found in Kumluca, Turkey) consisted of church liturgical objects, such as an oil lamp, a censer, book covers, and other liturgical vessels. Some of the treasure items are now part of the Dumbarton Oak Museum Collection. The treasure…

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Relief of Archangel Gabriel with Greek inscription; he holds a medallion with a text in Arabic script, Antalya Museum, 6th (?) century. Inv. A156.

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Preserved in one piece from the top of the head to the neck and most of a joining socket for insertion. The face is clean-shaven and youthful. The hair, which fits the head like a cap is brushed forward onto the forehead and temples in thin, long…

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Bronze portrait head of Gordian III (r. 238-44), found in Nicopolis ad Istrum; belonged to an over-life-size statue set up in the forum; damnatio memoriae; National Institute of Archaeology, Sofia.