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. The night of the gods; an inquiry into cosmic and cosmogonic mythology and symbolism . Gozo.. Athitnoii. Petrie : Season in Egypt (1S88) p. 23. 2 De Mas Latiie : Hist, de Chypre, ii, 95 ; iii, 88, 89. * Herodian, v, 3, 5. * M. Jean Reville : Rdig. sous les Sevires, 244, 245. » Ihid., 248, 255. Mountain^ The Cone. The stone of Ashtoreth (Aphrodite) at Byblos is seen to beconical on an enlarged coin of that place struck under Macrinusgiven in Donaldsons ArcJiitcctiira Nuinisniatica, No. 30. Twopedestal-pillars consecrated to Melkart at Malta by Abdosir andOsirsamar, and originally about four f

. The night of the gods; an inquiry into cosmic and cosmogonic mythology and symbolism . Gozo.. Athitnoii. Petrie : Season in Egypt (1S88) p. 23. 2 De Mas Latiie : Hist, de Chypre, ii, 95 ; iii, 88, 89. * Herodian, v, 3, 5. * M. Jean Reville : Rdig. sous les Sevires, 244, 245. » Ihid., 248, 255. Mountain^ The Cone. The stone of Ashtoreth (Aphrodite) at Byblos is seen to beconical on an enlarged coin of that place struck under Macrinusgiven in Donaldsons ArcJiitcctiira Nuinisniatica, No. 30. Twopedestal-pillars consecrated to Melkart at Malta by Abdosir andOsirsamar, and originally about four f Stock Photo
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. The night of the gods; an inquiry into cosmic and cosmogonic mythology and symbolism . Gozo.. Athitnoii. Petrie : Season in Egypt (1S88) p. 23. 2 De Mas Latiie : Hist, de Chypre, ii, 95 ; iii, 88, 89. * Herodian, v, 3, 5. * M. Jean Reville : Rdig. sous les Sevires, 244, 245. » Ihid., 248, 255. Mountain^ The Cone. The stone of Ashtoreth (Aphrodite) at Byblos is seen to beconical on an enlarged coin of that place struck under Macrinusgiven in Donaldsons ArcJiitcctiira Nuinisniatica, No. 30. Twopedestal-pillars consecrated to Melkart at Malta by Abdosir andOsirsamar, and originally about four feet high (now in the Louvre)were conical. See the engraving of one (truncated by fracture ?)in Perrot and Chipiez.^ The stone found at Athienou in C}prusby Ceccaldi is 65 centimetres high, and may have been a truncatedcone (Perrot and Chipiez, iii, 273). Tliere can be no doubt as tothe shape of the stone about a metre high found in the Gigantejain the Island of Gozo, next Malta. The base is elliptical; whilethe fragm.ents of a similar stone found in the Hagiar Kim at Maltashow its base to

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