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Appendix 2. ‘Portraits’

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This appendix section contains two tables, and a chart that describes the distribution of Palaipaphos inscriptions between royals and elites. The first table includes the statue-bases of Palaipaphos, which has been used as a case study to illustrate Ptolemaic power and ideology on the island through the epigraphic evidence. The second table includes most of the identifications made for the Cypriot 'portraits'.

Keywords: Cypriot portraits; Palaipaphos inscriptions; Ptolemaic power; statue-bases



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