The American Lorenzo Warriner Pease was trying to understand the Cypriots: 

With regard to the moral character of the people we could not form a very accurate idea. We can make only great...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease refers to a Catholic or Protestant feast, the celebration of Candlemas:

Today is a festa in honor of the Virgin Mary. The people are calling out to visit the brides and others. Mr. Marino...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease visited Salamis:

We yesterday engaged in the examination of the ruins of Salamis. Having passed by the ancient underground prison we arrived at ruins where the aqueduct waters of...

George Boustronios related what happened during those first months of Queen Caterina’s rule:

On 3 Feb Sir Peter Mocenigo, the captain of the fleet came to Famagusta with twelve galleys and four galleasses and there were twelve...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease visited the monastery of Kanakaria:

Last night it rained a little but this morning although the clouds were thick and hid the sun, still we had no rain but a strong northwest wind...

Rupert Gunnis was showing Mary Storrs the sites of Nicosia:

Church and hospital. After lunch Mary and I down to town and I showed her the mosque of the Dancing Dervishes and the long row of tombs of dead and gone dervishes, each with...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease visited Rizocarpasson:

Having passed around the village we reached to the church where we arrived just after the mass was passing around for the adoration of...

Lorenzo Warriner Pease described the view from Kantara:

From the top of the castle the view is splendid. The whole range of mountains on the southern shore of Caramania stretching for many miles lies before you. Some of...

Martin von Baumgarten made the pilgrimage to the Holy Land and Mount Sinai, and, on his return, visited Cyprus from 8 February to 28 March, 1508. He described the city of Salamina:

On the eighth of February, about the...

Rupert Gunnis never stopped searching for antiquities or old artefacts in Cyprus, be they Greek or Turkish:

After lunch to a reception at the Archbishop’s Palace. We were received by all thirty priests...

Lieut-Colonel W M Leake, a well-known student of Greek topography and antiquities, crossed from Kyrenia to Nicosia and Larnaca and back again:

We land this forenoon at Tzerina, called by the Italians Cerina and by...

Charles Thompson included Cyprus in his voyage from Constantinople to the Holy land and Egypt. He devoted ten pages of his travelogue to the island

The town of Famagusta, supposed to be the ancient Salamis...