The Pythkiauli Instrument of Cyprus: Nomenclature and Historical Origins. The Ancient Inscription of Delphi, F. Delph. III, I, no 547

Moses Markou
The inscription F. Delph. III, I, no 547 was discovered in Delphi a few meters east of the thesaurus of Sikyonion. The editor of the inscription, Emile Bourguet, determined the age of the inscription in the Late Antiquity period (138-161 AD). The inscription is interesting in connection with the study of nomenclature and historical origins of the pythkiauli, the folk wind instrument of Cyprus. Through ethnomusicological approach, we found information which illuminate unknown aspects of...
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