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L’archivio fenicio di Idalion: stato delle ricerche

AuthorsAmadasi Guzzo, Maria Giulia; Zamora, José-Ángel
Issue Date2016
PublisherBrepols Publishers
CitationSemitica et Classica 9: 187-193 (2016)
AbstractDuring the first millennium BC, the kingdom of Idalion flourished in the centre-east of the island of Cyprus. At the site of the kingdom’s ancient capital, a team of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus directed by Dr. Maria Hadjicosti brought to light hundreds of ostraka, most of them in the Phoenician language. The documents were part of a huge administrative archive, the first and only one existing until now in the Phoenician world. The study of the Phoenician texts is currently under way by the authors of this paper, which aims to summarize the current state of the work.
Publisher version (URL)https://www.brepolsonline.net/doi/10.1484/J.SEC.5.112732
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