The gymnasium Salamis North Cyprus Archaeologists have found remains at Salamis dating back to the th century BC Evidence of Phoenician and Assyrian settlement has been found and it later became the capital of a Greek citystate In Roman times Salamis was an important city and most of the ruins that can be seen today including the gymnasium date from the Roman period The statues were decapitated by Christians The city was badly damaged by earthquakes in the th century and was eventually abandoned after it was sacked in the during the Arab invasion of Cyprus
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