In Room X of the Cyprus Museum one can explore the various scripts used in Cyprus from the Late Bronze Age to the Roman period. Highlights here are the clay tablets from Egkomi dating to the 16th century BC and inscribed with the undiciphered Cypro-Minoan script. Also a copy of the famous bronze tablet of Idalion (the original is in the Cabinet des Medailles in Paris) with a bilingual inscription of Cypro-syllabic and Phoenician.

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