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SALT CELLAR By Michael E. Stone A stylized salt-cellar, in brown ceramic ovoid, a woman's face, and a fringe of pottery hair on top hands at its sides. a marsupial Humpty-Dumpty with a pouch full of salt for flavour, and a pottery spoon. -- Michael Stone is Professor of Armenian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has published poetry in Ararat, Avocet, Byline Magazine, Hazmat Review, King Log, Mandrake Poetry Review, Ruah, White Heron, ARC, and Voices Anthology. He also translates medieval Armenian poetry into English and has published translations in Ararat, Sion and St. Nersess Theological Review. He is at present finalizing an English translation of the medieval biblical epic Adamgirk' by Arak'el of Siwnik'. In addition to poetry he has published numerous scholarly books and articles on Armenian studies.