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Phœnicia.

George Rawlinson

Phœnicia.

by George Rawlinson

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Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Phoenicia.
    • Subjects:
    • Phoenicia.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS81 .R26 1972
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 356 p.
      Number of Pages356
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5693310M
      ISBN 100836968085
      LC Control Number70039206

      Eastward the country is bounded by Arabia; to the south lies Egypt; on the west are Phœnicia and the ard it commands an extensive prospect over inhabitants are healthy and able to bear fatigue. Rain is uncommon, but the soil is fertile. CURSE ON TYRUS. (9) The brotherly covenant. —The “covenant of brethren ” (margin) was the league made between Hiram and David, and afterwards between Hiram and Solomon (2Samuel ; 1Kings ; 1Kings ).This ancient covenant was forgotten in Phœnicia’s mercantile cupidity, and Tyre was tempted to sell Hebrew captives to Greeks and Idumeans.

      63 Josephus (Antiq. Jud. xv. 4, § 1) states, that Mark Antony gave Cleopatra all the coast of Phœnicia, from Eleutheria to Egypt, with the exception of Tyre and Sidon, which he left in the enjoyment of their ancient independence. But according to Dion Cassius (lxiv. 7), Augustus arrived in the East in the spring of the year , B. C., or. PREFACE. This work is a Class-Book of the Old and the New Testaments treated as consecutive history. It includes the Jewish history of the centuries between the close of the Old Testament and the beginning of the New. It presents those important elements of Biblical history which distinguish it from all other histories and which illustrate the plan and the purpose of the Bible as one Book.

      Carefully structured to ensure successful progression, the first book has words created using just 5 letter sounds. A Parents’ Guide provides practical advice and tips . Phoenicia Publishing. likes. An independent press in Montreal publishing poetry, prose, photography, and music, since Beth Adams, publisher and Followers:


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Phœnicia. book 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(7).

The content is equally excellent. Here the Phoenicians are described from their Canaanite origins to the ventures of Hannibal. A true civilization with character and identity, they were far more than the great navigators of antiquity. The book clearly outlines everything from art and religion to Cited by: Get this from a library.

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Phœnicia. book other in the arts which made Phœnicia great, rather than in those which exalted Rome, her oppressor and destroyer. FOOTNOTES PREFACE [1] /Die Phönizier, und das phönizische Alterthum/, by F. Movers, in five volumes, Berlin, [2] /History and Antiquities of Phœnicia/, by John Kenrick, London,   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. Here are some informative and useful books about the Phoenicians and the history of Phoenicia: Ancient Phoenicia: An Introduction, by Mark Woolmer.

The Phoenicians and the West: Politics, Colonies and Trade, by Maria Eugenia Aubet. The Phoenician. Phoenician History. Phoenicia. Phoenicia (fĬnē´shə), ancient territory occupied by Phoenicians. The name Phoenicia also appears as Phenice and Phenicia. These people were Canaanites (see Canaan), and in the 9th cent.

BC the Greeks gave the new appellation Phoenicians to those Canaanites who lived on the seacoast and traded with the Greeks. One of the great enigmas of the ancient world, the Phoenicians were both lauded and despised in antiquity. They were celebrated as learned scribes who passed on the modern alphabet, as skilled seafarers and explorers, and as gifted artisans and engineers.

Historical sources show they were also perceived as unscrupulous profiteers and cheaters, and as a morally corrupt race of people who /5(2).

The book also captures something of the s, when be pregnant, and unmarried was a far, far worse situation to be in than it is now: families would disown daughters, force them to marry, or send them off to homes for young unmarried mothers, where the girls would give birth/5.

[] See Kenrick, /Phœnicia/, p. [] Herod. Egypt never sent trading ships into the Mediterranean. All her commerce with Syria, Asia Minor, and Europe was carried on either in Greek or Phœnician bottoms.

[] Kenrick, /Phœnicia/, l.s.c. [] As that of the Red Sea, Arabia, and the East African coast. [] 2 Macc. Book Awards Book Club Selections Books by Author Books by Series Coming Soon Kids' Books New Releases Teens' Books This Month's Biggest New Releases Subjects Biography Business Cookbooks, Food & Wine Current Affairs & Politics Diet, Health & Fitness Fiction Graphic Novels & Comics History Mystery & Crime Religion Romance Sci-Fi & Fantasy Self.

[16] Diodorus tells us himself (2, 7) that in writing the first 30 chapters of his second book he had before him the book of Clitarchus on Alexander. Carl Jacoby (loc. cit.)—by a comparison with the statements in point in Curtius, who transcribed Clitarchus, and by the proof that certain passages in the narrative of Diodorus which relate to Bactria and India are in agreement with passages in.

Ptolemais was an ancient port city on the Phoenician coast. It was also called Ptolemais in Phoenicia (or Akko, Ake, or Akre in Phoenician).It was an Ancient bishopric, which became a double Catholic titular see.

In the Middle Ages, it was known as Acre amongst some Western European crusaders, who started a new, militantly Latin chapter ption: (25th Session).

Download History of Phoenicia - Full Text Free Book (Part 5/9) pdf File size: MB What's this. Many people prefer to read off-line or to print out text and read from the real printed page.

Others want to carry documents around with them on their mobile phones and read while they are on the move. In Search of the Phoenicians makes the startling claim that the “Phoenicians” never actually existed. Taking readers from the ancient world to today, this monumental book argues that the notion of these sailors as a coherent people with a shared identity, history, and culture is a product of modern nationalist ideologies—and a notion very.

Origines: Phœnicia. Arabia. Volume 3 of Origines: Or, Remarks on the Origin of Several Empires, States and Cities, Origines: Or, Remarks on the Origin of Several Empires, States and Cities: Authors: Sir William Drummond, Thomas James Matthias: Publisher: Baldwin and Company, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Jun.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user :. "Popular accounts of the Phoenicians are rarely coherent and comprehensive. Sanford Holst’s survey of the rise and fall of the Phoenicians is a splendid exception.

See this paperback book on Amazon "I learned a great deal from it and know that others will, too." Henry Zeiter adds. Josephine Quinn’s In Search of the Phoenicians argues in favor of an intricate, often politically expedient, identity that was and is read onto a group of people by those on the outside.

Quinn is methodical as she examines sites throughout the Mediterranean, Levant, and Atlantic ranging from Bronze Age to late-antiquity periods.5/5.PHOENICIA fĭ nĭsh’ ə (Φοινίκη, G).KJV PHENICIA (), PHENICE fĭ nī’ sĭ (Acts ; ).A narrow strip of land along the E coast of the Mediterranean, stretching about m.

N from Mt. Carmel. 1. Eng. proper name “Phoenicia” derives from the Gr. phoinīkē (attested no earlier than Homer’s Odyssey, c. b.c.), which in turn derives from the Gr. phoinīkes.