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A History of Cyprus

A History of Cyprus
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  • Date Published: November 2010
  • availability: Available
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108020664

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  • Sir George Francis Hill (1867–1948), was perhaps best known as a numismatist, although his scholarly interests and accomplishments included a range of time periods and subjects. A classicist by training, Hill built his career at the British Museum's department of coins and medals. In his forty-three years there he produced volumes on coins of antiquity; Greek history and art; coins, heraldry, and iconography of medieval and Renaissance Italy; and treasure troves. In 1931 Hill became the Museum's director and principal librarian, the first archaeologist to hold this post. His four-volume History of Cyprus (1940–52) ranged from Cyprus's earliest years to the twentieth century, and became the standard text on the subject. It is a valuable resource for scholars of the country, of antiquity and of the Mediterranean world.

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    • Date Published: November 2010
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108020664
    • dimensions: 250 x 324 x 153 mm
    • weight: 3.65kg
    • contains: 69 b/w illus. 6 maps 3 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Preface
    List of illustrations and maps
    List of books consulted
    1. The land
    2. The Stone Age
    3. The Bronze Age
    4. The religion of early Cyprus
    5. The Greek colonization
    6. Phoenicians, Assyrians and Egyptians
    7. From Cyrus to Alexander
    8. The successors
    9. The Ptolemies
    10. The arts in pre-Roman Cyprus
    11. The Roman province
    12. Byzantium and Islam
    Addenda
    Index. Volume 2: Preface
    List of illustrations and maps
    List of books referred to
    1. The Frankish foundation. Guy and Aimery de Lusignan, 1192–1205
    2. Hugh I. Henry I to the end of the Longobard War, 1205–43
    3. The last days of Frankish Syria, 1243–91
    4. From the fall of Acre to the restoration of Henry II, 1291–1310
    5. From the restoration of Henry II to the death of Hugh IV, 1310–59
    6. Peter I, 1359–69
    7. Peter II. James I, 1369–98
    8. Janus, 1398-1432. Volume 3:
    9. John II, 1432–58
    10. Charlotte and Louis of Savoy, 1458–64
    11. James II, 1464–73
    12. Catherine and James III. Catherine alone, 1473–89
    13. Cyprus under Venice
    14. The war of Cyprus. I. The expedition of 1570
    15. The war of Cyprus. II. The Turkish conquest
    16. The two churches, 1220–1571
    17. Literature and the fine arts
    Notes on some authorities
    Genealogy of the Lusignan dynasty
    Addenda
    Index. Volume 4: List of plates
    Preface
    Editor's foreword
    Documents and publications referred to
    Part I. The Ottoman Province:
    1. The Ottoman organization
    2. Western relations in the seventeenth century
    3. Kapudan Pasha and Grand Vezir (1571–1785)
    4. Ascendancy of Dragoman and Bishops (1785–1821)
    5. Abortive reforms (1821–1856)
    6. Last days of Turkish rule (1856–1878)
    7. The British occupation (1878)
    8. The church under the Turks (1571-1878)
    Part II. Cyprus under British Rule:
    9. Status of the island
    10. Constitutional questions
    11. Finance: taxation
    12. Finance: the tribute
    13. Enosis
    14. The church under the British
    15. Antiquities
    16. Strategic considerations
    Appendices
    Index.

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    George Hill

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