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IV. Panhellenic Monuments of Salamis
Herodotus says that the votive offering to Apollo for Salamis, made from the booty of the battle, was the statue of a man twelve cubits tall holding in his hand the beak of a ship. Pausanias, on the other hand, says that a statue of Apollo was dedicated as a thank offering for both Artemisium and Salamis.