From October 2006 to
March 2007, the rich cultural heritage of Cyprus, from
the classical period to the fifteen century, was on
display at the Geneva Musee d’art et d’histoire. During
the exhibition, Beatrice Demetriades-Power, Consul
General a. h. of the Republic of Cyprus and the Museum
organized a series of public lectures on various aspects
of Cypriot history and culture, which are collected in
this scholarly volume.
Matteo Campagnolo, Marielle Martiniani-Reber:
Cyprus, an Island with Exceptional Geology.
Cyprus from its Origins until the Roman Period.
The Cypria, Stasinus, Homer and the Orient.
Notes on the Act of Perfuming Clothes and on the Cypriot
Origin of Minoan and Greek Perfumery.
The Parallel Lives of Evagoras I of Salamis and Peter I
The Frankish States of the Levant and Cyprus under the
Lusignans: a Century of Relations (1191-1291).
An Exceptional Piece of Embroidery Held in Switzerland:
the Grandson antependium.
The Templars and Hospitallers in Cyprus between
Jerusalem and Rhodes (1291-1310).
Living Together in the Society of the Lusignan Kingdom.
Multiculturalism and Multilingualism in Cyprus under the
Musical life at the Lusignan Court in the Late 14th and
Early 15th Century. The Turin J.II.9 Manuscript.
Power, Anne of Cyprus. Charlote of Cyprus.
By way of conclusion – Cypriot Archaeology: Problems,
Success and Current Trends.
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