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Chypre aux IVe et IIIe siècles avant notre ère

Abstract : The absolute dates of 404 and 200 BC do not coincide with any major event in the history of Cyprus. They frame, however, a long period which can be considered as a political and cultural transitional phase. As of the end of the 3rd century BC and not before, with the establishment of a military government, dominated by foreigners, is Cyprus definitely integrated into the Ptolemaic order. At the same time, original cultural features, such as the use of local scripts (syllabary and Phoenician alphabet) disappear. During this long period, and despite brutal breaks (such as the termination of autochtonous royal dynasties), the evidence shows continuities and adaptations.
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Sabine Fourrier. Chypre aux IVe et IIIe siècles avant notre ère. Pallas. Revue d'études antiques, Presses universitaires du Mirail, 2021, p. 159-173. ⟨hal-03427698⟩



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