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“Now the unfortunate Cypriote is made responsible for the payment of, at any rate, part of that interest.”
“The Cypriote is not, I think, nearly so beautiful in face as the Ionian queens of Izmir, but she is tall, and slightly formed; there is a high-souled meaning and expression, a seeming consciousness of gentle empire, that speaks in the wavy line of the shoulder, and winds itself like”
“The Greeks and Cypriote complied instantly, probably seeing this as an opportunity to get rid of prisoners whose captivity would lead to future terrorism directed at their own countries.”
“I introduced myself as a wealthy young Cypriote of Byzantine descent who was traveling the world in search of pleasure and adventure.”
“Most of our knowledge of Cypriote arts and industries comes from this tomb-equipment, which should therefore if possible be preserved entire and kept together, tomb by tomb; not neglecting the skeletons themselves, which are of value to indicate changes in the island population.”
“Such 'Cypriote inscriptions' (see accompanying Illustration VII) are of great value and interest, and have been often overlooked among building material drawn from old sites.”
“It has been broadly hinted that New York would never have acquired the Cesnola collection of Cypriote pottery, gems and statuary had it not found a competitor in England.”
“But the golden opportunity passed by, and when at last Colonna took his galleys across to the coast of Asia Minor, Nicosia had fallen, and the Turks had begun the siege of the other Cypriote fortress, Famagusta.”
“There is welcome for every Cypriote," she said, "men, women and little children, who come this day to pay homage to their infant King; and good cheer in the palace for all," and signing to the attendants that they should be made to enter she passed in, smiling, before them.”
“Queen, a Cypriote of the Cypriotes, but loyal to her heart's core.”
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