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An Inscription from Karpasia in Cyprus

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Mr. K. Nikolaou, a native of the κωμόπολις of Rizokárpaso in the north-eastern extremity of Cyprus and student of archaeology in the University of London, in a letter dated April 12th, 1956, reports the discovery of an interesting inscription. ‘The stone’, he writes, ‘was brought to my notice just before this last Christmas. I visited the place, about 200 m. south-west of the Church of Ag. Phílon, and having dug all round, I noticed the inscription on top. . . .’ This church, some two miles north of Rizokárpaso, marks the centre of the site of the ancient Karpasia. Of the inscription we offer together the following account, Mr. Nikolaou contributing photographs, squeeze, hand-copy and description of the stone.

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Copyright © The Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies 1957

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1 These inscriptions are, respectively: IGR 994; 981; Opusc. Arch. vi, 1950, 72, no. 41Google Scholar.

2 Opusc. Arch. l.c. 74, note 7; 75, note 1.

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