Author: Sebastian Munster. The map comes from volume V of the Latin edition of his ''Cosmographia Universalis'', pages 997-1000. Publisher: Heinrich Petri. The map is on hand-made white paper. The original margins are saved. Black printing ink, Language: Latin. Decorative elements : on the upper half of page 998 a deer with its calf is drinking water. Wood-carve dimensions 98 X 136 mm. Page dimensions : 315 X 206 mm. Printed in Basel.

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The map is from the Italian edition of Ptolemy's ''Geographicae Universae''. Author: Giovanni Antonio Magini, ''Geografia cioe Descrittione Universale della Terra". The map and assorted pages are found in ff. 172-174. Dimensions 302 X 207 mm. Printed in Venice. Printer: Battista & Giorgio Galignani. Artist: Girolamo Porro.

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The map comes from the German edition ''Beschreibung des ganzen Welt-kreisses''. Author: Alain Manesson Mallet. Printer: J. A. Jung. Dimensions of the page 197 X 144. Printed in Francfort. The map is on hand-made, white paper. The original margins are saved. Black printing ink. Language: German. Decorative elements: War scene on the upper part of the map and in the middle of the scene the name ''Isles de Cypre'' on a medallion. A figure number (Fig. CXXXII) is written after the German title, "Die Insel Cypern", on the top right margin outside the borders of the map .

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The map comes from the edition ''Theatrum Orbis Terrarum'', ff. 78. Printer: Abraham Ortelius. Artist: Ioannes a Deutecum. Dimensions of page: 393 X 529 mm. Printed in Antwerp. On the back page is presented a description of Cyprus and Lemnos in the Latin language with the title: ''Cypro/Stalimene, antiquamente Lemnos''.

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The map was published by Vincenzo Maria Coronelli in his ''Geographia Coronelli, Racolta di Tavole geografiche'' in two volumes. Pages 288-295 refer to Cyprus. Printed in Venice. Dimensions: 490 X 645 mm. The map was printed on hand-made white paper. Printing ink of black colour and colours acquarello. Language: Latin and Italian.

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The map is found in the edition ''Antiquorum illyrici orientalis Episcopatum geographica descriptio''. Writer: Melchior Tavernier. Publisher: Nicolas Sanson. Dimensions of page: 360 X 504 mm. Printed in Paris. The original margins are saved with elements of coloured ornamentations on the edges. Printing black ink. Language: Latin. Ornamental elements: Medallion with faces of angels.

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The map appears in the Latin edition ''Theatrum Orbis Terrarum'', ff. 70. Printer: Abraham Ortelius. Dimensions of pages: 402 X 537 mm. Printed in Antwerp. The map is printed on a hand-made white paper. The original margins are saved. Black printing ink with coloured ornamentations. Language: Latin. On the back page Crete is described in Latin, under the title ''Candia, olim Creta''.

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The map appears in the edition of Ioannis Janssonius and Henricus Hondius ''Appendix Atlantis'' , published in Amsterdam two years after the original publication of this map in the second volume of Willem Blaeu's opus , ''Atlas Novus'' published in 1635 in Latin , German , Dutch and French. On the back of the map appears a description of Cyprus in Dutch with the title ''Het Eylandt Cyprus''. This copy of W. Blaeu's publication is different only in minor details like the name of Nicosia changed to Nocosia. Dimensions of page 383 X 510 mm. The map is printed on a hand-made white paper. The original margins are saved. Black printing ink. Language at the back: Latin and Dutch. Decorative elements: the figure of Aphrodite drawn by her swans at the lower right corner .

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Icon of Virgin Eleousa (The Merciful), found in the Museum of the Monastery of Saint Neophytos. The Icon was commissioned by Saint Neophytos himself to the painter who came from the Emperors Palace in Constantinople to create the wall-paintings of the two small chambers of the Enkleistra. The Icon until recently was part of the original display in the Enkleistra.

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