This bronze casserole was used for cooking. More specific for cooking meat in the old traditional ovens known as Keftiko.

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This large mixer was used in traditional Cypriot bakeries to mix the ingredients of the bread dough. The flour would be placed in the large bowl first and rest there for several hours until the rest of the ingredients were added and then mixed to make the bread dough.

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This wooden trough was used to knead the bread dough until it took the shape and texture to be placed later onto the planks to rest.

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Pinakoti, was a wooden plank with hemispherical indents/slots, where the baker would place the bread dough/mixture. The mixture would rest on the planks for several hours allowing the yeast in the mixture to ferment. A large piece of cloth/towel was placed between the plank and the mixture and then was folded again on top of it to cover it.

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10 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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20 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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10 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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5 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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2 cents coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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1 cent coin. In October 1983, a new decimal system was introduced and the Cyprus pound was divided into 100 cent. With the change of the decimal system the CBC placed in circulation new coins with nominal values of ½, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent. In 1991, a 50 cent coin was introduced and in 1992 the ½ cent coin ceased to be legal tender.

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