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Nos. 12-14). The first one is dated to the end of the 6th c. and the beginning of the 5th c. The other two (cat. nos. 13&14) are dated to the 1st quarter of the 5th c. and are attributed to the Near the Half-Palmettes Painter. Kraters amount to 4 pieces. Two of them (cat. nos. 15 & 16) are dated to the 2nd quarter of the 6th c. and are of earliest imports in Amathus; they are also attributed to the Painter of Acropolis 627 and 606. The Kalyx-Krater (cat. no. 18) is dated to the 4th quarter of the 6th c.
He adds that the destruction of Vouni could be a part of Euagoras’ operations against Soloi. 103 After a short time Ptolemy II (Philadelphos) reconstructed the city and renamed it Arsinoe in honour of his sister and wife. Both were deified by c. 272/271 BC. Arsinoe was identified with Aphrodite and was officially worshipped through a priest called Kanephoros in shrines or temples in many parts of Cyprus. 104 Excavations in the area are conducted by the Cypriote Department of Antiquities. 13 Palaepaphos/Paphos Paphos105 was the name given to two distinct ancient cities in the SW part of Cyprus and 16 kilometres apart.
1200). Particular indications from the northern part of the site are that an earthquake in the middle of the 11th century BC destroyed the area. 70 It was long believed that the Phoenicians originally founded Kition sometime in the 9th century, but the Phoenicians of course were acquainted with Cyprus from previous commercial intercourse with the island. As mentioned above, the settlement already existed, yet Kition was the first place chosen by the Phoenicians as a starting post for their westward expansion late in the 9th century BC.
Athenian Pottery and Cypriote Preferences by Niki Eriksson