George Boustronios in his Chronicle speaks of the death of James II, King of Cyprus:

And he died on the eleventh of June 1473 after Christ. And they did not give him due rites for there was no wax to be had in Cyprus. ...

The pilgrim Bar’s kyj’s during his second trip to Cyprus visited Panagia tou Kykkou:

On Monday, June 13, we left for the monastery called Panagia tou Kykkou so that we could worship there. It is situated high in the mountains...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease wandered around Nicosia:

This morning we rode out on the walls of the city and saw the greater part of the place and the surrounding country from that position...

Sylvia Foot was preparing for the last Queen’s Birthday at Government House:

Hundreds of tall gladioli had arrived, great, big, fat gladioli with long stems and large blooms and we had a good number of tall stands of the kind that...

Camille Enlart gives us the story of Margaret d’Ibelin, the abbess of the monastery of Our Lady of Tyre: A cleric called Simon Machie informed the family of the assassinated Lord of Tyre that the culprit, Simon de Montolif, was hiding:

Maisre Denis Possot, a priest of Coulommiers in Brie, reached a village in Larnaca:

Friday, June 14, when we reached the port of Lazarus we paid our guide and captain for our victuals and for the fare due to him each seven ducats...

George Jeffery, Curator of Ancient Monuments in Cyprus, in a letter to the Society for protection of Ancient Buildings mentions:

As I think I have before mentioned the rival sects of Greeks, Maronites and others are laying claim to the ancient...

Count Gabriele Capodilista, a gentleman from Padua, visited Cyprus and described how he and his company travelled around. His notes were edited by his friend Paolo Boncambio:

Friday, in the morning, their course...

The Rev. Daniel Clarke spent his last day on the island in Larnaca:

In the morning, two hours before sunrise, we set out for Larnaca. And having to cross a bridge, found it shaking so violently with the impetuosity of the water...

Lieutenant Donisthorpe Donne comments on refugees that arrived from Egypt due the rebellion of 1882: 

Limassol- Refugees were pouring in from Alexandria in numbers, every sailing and steam ship being full of...

Count Gabriele Capodilista from Padua visited Nicosia shortly after the death of queen Helena Paleologus (11 April 1458). He writes:

Sunday, 18 June, coasting along the island they passed Cape Gavata...

The Swedish archaeologist Alfred Westholm, sitting at Vouni, was reminiscing and thinking aloud: 

How strange it is to sit here alone, listening to their stories, often very peculiar and to understand how they perceive...