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 Originally in Corpus Inscriptionum Semiticarum 1881Now at the British Museum BM 125320

Cyprus Idalion Bilingual

The Idalion bilingual is a bilingual Cypriot–Phoenician inscription found in 1869 in Dali, Cyprus.  It is dated to 388 BCE.

Idalion Tablet

The Idalion Tablet is a 5th-century BC bronze tablet from Idalium (Greek: Ιδάλιον), Cyprus.

It is engraved on both sides 

Today it is kept in the Cabinet des médailles, Paris.

Nea Paphos Temple Token (Text Side)

The amulet dates back about 1,500 years, 

The amulet was discovered in the summer of 2011 by archaeologists at the Paphos Agora Project. Led by Ewdoksia Papuci-Wladyka, a professor at Jagiellonian University, this team discovered the amulet by digging an ancient agorà at Nea Paphos on Cyprus

Nea Paphos Temple Token (Image Side)

Photos by Marcin Iwan, artifact from the excavations of Jagiellonian University in Krakow at Paphos Agora.