PHRC047 : Dedication to Arsinoe Philadelphos, Salamis - Cyprus (270-240 BC) Dedication
Photo 1: Drawing of the amphora, from Palma di Cesnola
Text constituted from: A. Palma di Cesnola 1884, p. 230.
See also: Mitford 1938, p. 30, cat. b; Salamine XIII 63; Nicolaou 1993, p. 227, cat. r; Anastassiades 1998, p. 140, no. 25; Caneva 2014, p. 96, 113, no. 39.
Images: A. Palma di Cesnola 1884, p. 230, figs. 266 (the vase) and 268 (detail of decoration).
Further bibliography: on Ptolemaic Salamis, see Yon 2014, p. 38-40. On Cypro-archaic painted funerary amphoras from the necropoles of Eastern Cyprus, see Myres 1914, p. 76-77, nos. 608-610, and p. 86-87, nos. 696-702; Pieridou – Karageorghis 1963; Karageorghis 1969, p. 125-127 and Pl. 64; Yon 1976, p. 208; Karageorghis 2000, p. 91, no. 143. On the necropoles of Salamis in the geometric and archaic periods, see recently Fourrier 2018, p. 132-134. On the collecting methods of the Cesnola brothers in the Salamis area, Marangou 2000, p. 246-248; see also the references to the life of Luigi Palma di Cesnola gathered on the website of the British Museum, and the commentary to PHRC046. On genitive dedications for Arsinoe Philadelphos, see Caneva 2014a and 2020a.
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