Archaeology Lives in Cyprus
Archaeology Lives in Cyprus is a book of paintings by Anne Glynnis Fawkes, with an introduction by Vassos Karaeorghis and essays by excavators in parallel texts in Greek and English. Published by the Hellenic Bank in Cyprus in 2001.
Kition, Kourion, Kouklia, etc.: this book of paintings brings to life the archaeological sites of Cyprus. In some of the paintings the ruins are populated by ancient figures and artefacts, in others the antiques speak for themselves. Each site is described by its excavator and illuminated by drawings. This book presents a unique and panoramic view of Cyprus’ ancient monuments.
As far as I can tell, this book is out of print, but some of the paintings from the book may be seen here.