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Phoenicia and the Phoenicians

Dimitri Constantine Baramki

Phoenicia and the Phoenicians

by Dimitri Constantine Baramki

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Published by [Khayats] in Beirut .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phoenicians

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 117-118.

    Statement[by] Dimitri Baramki.
    SeriesKhayat"s archaeological & historical series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS80.9 .B3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL267597M
    LC Control Numberne 65001355
    OCLC/WorldCa636088

    It is a historical non-fiction, not-for-profit, publication available only at present as an E-Book. The book is in the same genre as America B.C. (Fell ), Sailing to Paradise (Bailey ) or Journey to the Mythological Inferno (Mattievich ). This classical descriptive grammar of the Phoenician-Punic language of the period. ca. BCE to CE, will prove of particular interest to Hebraists and Semitists. The work is copiously illustrated with examples from texts of all periods and dialects. Much of the material is presented here for the first time.

      A Phoenician Gall. The discovery of the Phoenician artifacts was made at the Freres College site, which has been under excavation for 16 years. The most significant finding was the statue of a priest dating back to the 6 th century BC, depicted with a pleated kilt, known as a “shenti,” with a pendant flap from the waist to the kilt’s hem. The Phoenicia was an Art Deco hotel, initiated in the ’s by Lady Margaret Strickland who called in Scottish architect William Binnie to undertake the design. Construction of The Phoenicia was interrupted by the outbreak of World War II, when the building was requisitioned by the British military to be used by Royal Air Force personnel.

    The Phoenicians and the Formation of the Western World1 John C. Scott A small maritime region, Phoenicia lay on the Eastern Mediterranean coast. The Phoenicians, who were Semites, emerged as a distinct Canaanite group around B.C. Hemmed in by the Lebanon Mountains, their first cities were Byblos, Sidon, Tyre, and Aradus If Phoenician is a relative of Hebrew and Samaritan why don't you just look at all the ancient Hebrew languages (there are many), Samaritan, Punic (since it is a direct descendant of Phoenician), and of course modern Hebrew to construct words (basically using the languages I listed as examples of how the word would look like and then modifying.


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Phoenicia and the Phoenicians. Product Details. Category: books SKU: TMB Title: Phoenicia and the Phoenicians Author: Dimitri Baramki Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: Khayats Year of publication: Condition: GOOD. Description. pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. Contains monochrome Rating: % positive.

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This book has many advantages over by:   This book was a manageable dose of Phoenician history for those wanting an overview of post Bronze Age peoples and events in the eastern Mediterranean. They re-connected cultures and states around the eastern Mediterranean Sea and to North Africa (Carthage) and southern Iberia.

The Phoenicians greatly facilitated and influenced the rise of /5(29). Phoenicia, ancient region corresponding to modern Lebanon, with adjoining parts of modern Syria and Israel.

Its inhabitants, the Phoenicians, were notable merchants, traders, and colonizers of the Mediterranean in the 1st millennium BCE. The chief cities of Phoenicia.

In Search of the Phoenicians delves into the ancient literary, epigraphic, numismatic, and artistic evidence for the construction of identities by and for the Phoenicians, ranging from the Levant to the Atlantic, and from the Bronze Age to late antiquity and beyond.

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Many ignorant historians claim that Phoenicia ceased to exist in 64 B.C. That "happened" when it became part of the Roman world. But, in A.D. official Roman records show the division of Phoenicia Prima into two provinces: Phoenicia Maritima and Phoenicia the early Byzantine times, the Count of Phoenicia governed Phoenicia.

The book, Identity of the Religions Druidical and Phoenician, adds, "Circular temples abound in England and other parts of Europe. The most ancient account of them is to be found in the book of Exodus (), "And Moses builde an altar under the hill, and twelve pillars, according to.

Discover librarian-selected research resources on Phoenician History from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more.

"The Colonies of the Phoenicians" begins on p. Read Overview. Phoenicianism is a form of Lebanese nationalism first adopted by Lebanese Christians, primarily Maronites, at the time of the creation of Greater Lebanon.

It constitutes identification of the Lebanese people with the ancient Phoenicians. It promotes the view that Lebanese people are not Arabs and that the Lebanese speak a distinct language and have their own culture, separate from that of the.

Arwad, Byblos, Berytus, Sidon and Tyre became the heartland of Phoenicia, but the Phoenicians didn’t stop there. Toward the end of the 11th century B.C.E., they began establishing colonies in the west—in Cyprus, Sicily, Sardinia, Malta, southern Spain and northern Africa.

This updated version of Maria Eugenia Aubet's highly praised book, The Phoenicians and the West, originally published in English inincorporates more recent research findings, an /5(2).

Phoenicia was an ancient civilization composed of independent city-states located along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea stretching through what is now Syria, Lebanon and northern Phoenicians were a great maritime people, known for their mighty ships adorned with horses’ heads in honor of their god of the sea, Yamm, the brother of Mot, the god of : Joshua J.

Mark. This book introduces you to the ancient world of various cultures of which there were the Phoenicians, the Egyptians, and the Babylonians with their sacrifices to the ancient Gods to show favor upon them.

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He ruled from BC. He established friendly relations with David and his son Solomon, kings of. Lucio Russo has speculated about a probable arrival of Phoenicians in the Americas in his philologic analyses of Ptolemy 's Geography.

In his book Ptolemy gives the coordinates of the Fortunate Isles but at the same time he shrinks the size of the world by one. Her books include Tartessos and the Phoenicians in Iberia (Oxford University Press,with S. Celestino) Gods, Heroes and Monsters: A Sourcebook of Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern Myths in Translation (second edition,1st ed.

), When the Gods Were Born: Greek Cosmogonies and the Near East (Harvard University Press, ; published Brand: Carolina Lopez-Ruiz.

This richly illustrated book includes photographs of Phoenician artifacts and excavations, along with many maps and drawings. Unlike other works that have treated the Phoenician culture as an Early Iron Age phenomenon, Markoe focuses on the continuity in tradition that characterized Phoenician history over a period of more than years, from /5(2).

it's a Must Read. Special appreciation to my friend who introduced this book, hence her passion to phoenicians and lebanon. to read and learn about phoenicians is to uncover the founding histories of humanity today.

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Topics covered include 'Early Phoenician Enterprise', 'Rise of Tyre to the First Rank Among the Cities', 'Phoenicia's Contest With Assyria, and Her Position as Assyria's Reviews: 1.

The Phoenician Religion, as in many other ancient cultures, was an inseparable part of everyday such as Baal, Astarte, and Melqart had temples built in their name, offerings and sacrifices were regularly made to them, royalty performed as their high priests, and even ships carried their representations.

Influenced by their predecessors and neighbours, the Phoenicians would .