Prosopography of Cypriot
By Hélène Perdicoyianni-Paleologou Edited by Andreas G. Orphanides and Paul W. Wallace
This volume aims to explore the common backgrounds of persons living in Cyprus from the eleventh to the third century B.C. Hence the volume deals with patterns of familial relationships and activities of the people discussed. The Syllabic Inscriptions highlight the different connections between these people and therefore show the social, political and religious institutions of their time.
Helene Perdicoyianni-Paleologou specialises in Greek and Latin semantics and linguistics. From 1992-2003 she gained a PhD in Latin Linguistics from the University of Paris, Sorbonne.
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Andreas G. Orphanides
Paul W. Wallace
Sources for the History of Cyprus
- English Texts - British Period to 1900
- English Texts - Frankish and Turkish Periods
- Enosis and the British - British Official Documents 1878-1950
- The Final Days of British Rule in Cyprus - Dispatches and Diaries of Consul General Taylor Belcher and Edith Belcher
- German Texts - Turkish Period (after 1800)
- Greek and Latin Texts to the Third Century A.D.
- Greek Texts of the Fourth to Thirteenth Centuries
- Lusignan's Chorography and Brief General History of the Island of Cyprus (A.D. 1573)
- A Narrative of the Chronicle of Cyprus 1456-1489
- Near Eastern and Aegean Texts from the Third to the First Millennia BC
- Pero Tafur and Cyprus
- A Pilgrim's Account of Cyprus - Bars'kyj's Travels in Cyprus
- Prosopography of Cypriot - Syllabic Inscriptions
- Swedish Texts