THE CITY OF PAPHOS IN CYPRUS IN ROMAN TIMES

@article{2019THECO,
  title={THE CITY OF PAPHOS IN CYPRUS IN ROMAN TIMES},
  author={Н. Болгов and Болгова and Nikolay Bolgov and Anna M. Bolgova},
  journal={Scientific bulletins of the Belgorod State University Series History Political science},
  year={2019}
}
The paper attempts to give a general outline of the place and role of the city of Paphos in Cyprus in the history of the island in the Roman period. It is noted that in the Hellenistic and Roman periods, Paphos was the main city of Cyprus. To a large extent it was associated with the cult of Aphrodite of Pathos, spread throughout the Mediterranean. There were two cities - Paleo-Paphos and Nea Paphos, separated by a sacred road 60 stages long. Old Paphos was a religious center, New - the center… 

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