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... by King Sargon II of Assyria (721-705 B.C.) along with every other city on Cyprus. When the Persians defeated the Babylonians, Cyprus fell under its rule. In the 5th century, when several of the Cyprian city-states rebelled against the Persian empire, the Phoenicians of Kition were supported by Persia and gained dominance of the island until they transferred allegiances to Alexander the Great in 332 B.C. ...
... the Jews for his and they chased them to the northern coast of Cyprus where Barnabas' followers escaped to Egypt.
Thus, St. Barnabas's grave site remained unknown for 432 years until it was revealed to Archbishop Anthemios of Constantia (Salamis) in a dream. Anthemios went to the site and opened the cave and found the remains of St. Barnabas and St. Matthew's Bible. He took the remains and Bible to Emperor Zeno ...
... a great compromise.
The rain had brought out the snails in overwhelming numbers. It was really cool; every bit of sturdy plant or short tree was covered in snails. They tended to gather in large clumps at the highest point of the plant. I was really fascinated with this, having never seen such snail gatherings before.
We and the babies eventually wore out so we drove back to the villa and had a bit of time to relax before heading to Kyrenia harbour for ...
... two flags of Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus flying side by side, and a little hut with a man in it. I don't know why there's a little hut and a man, but you'd have to really **** your boss off to get stuck with that detail. Like stealing his lunch from the staff fridge or being caught banging his mrs.
We had another quick stop for Loody and Shups to go for a swim whilst I drove up a **** off great ...
... d think nations would realise by now that the British can't be trusted with land. When the first world war kicked off in 1914, we were like, screw you, Turkey. Cyprus is ours now. Turkey grudgingly accepted this fact in 1923. No mention of any of the in the museum though is there, they're ridiculously proud of the **** kicking they gave the Venetians and probably aren't too happy about the fact that the British whipped the island out from under their ...