NOTES ON THE ICONOGRAPHY OF ATTACKING LIONS IN ANCIENT GREECE AND CYPRUS
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The study focuses on several examples of representations of the theme of attacking lions and its importance both in Cyprus and Greece. It can be observed on artefacts of bronze, pottery, stone etc. It dates mainly in the Cypro-Classical period when this particular theme became popular, often adopted by Phoenician rulers of the ancient town of Kition on the island of Cyprus.
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