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1900-1800 BCE. Phoenician figurines, skirted with tall headgear, from Byblos a thriving Phoenician city in Lebanon (Canaanitic-Semite). National Museum of Beirut.

1900-1800 BCE. Phoenician figurines, skirted with tall headgear, from Byblos a thriving Phoenician city in Lebanon (Canaanitic-Semite). National Museum of Beirut.

Wow, nunca me imaginé que esto pudiera pasar!

Wow, nunca me imaginé que esto pudiera pasar!

and cannianites were bred with fallen angels..NEPHILIM..SO THE SPIRITS USE THIS A LOT..The ancient Phoenicians were Canaanites who spoke a language very similar to Hebrew. Description from ancientvisitors.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

and cannianites were bred with fallen angels..NEPHILIM..SO THE SPIRITS USE THIS A LOT..The ancient Phoenicians were Canaanites who spoke a language very similar to Hebrew. Description from ancientvisitors.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

A Mesolithic amber amulet in the form of a bear. (National Museum of Denmark)

A Mesolithic amber amulet in the form of a bear. (National Museum of Denmark)

Phoenician figurines from the Temple of Obelisks at Byblos, Lebanon, Gilded bronze (7th-8th BCE).

Phoenician figurines from the Temple of Obelisks at Byblos, Lebanon, Gilded bronze (7th-8th BCE).

Um blog com as ultimas noticias e matérias de História em Geral.

Um blog com as ultimas noticias e matérias de História em Geral.

Byblos, Lebanon. The city's Canaanite/Phoenician name (GBL, i.e. Gubal, Gebal, etc.) can be derived from GB, meaning "well" or "origin", and EL, the name of the supreme god of Byblos' pantheon.

Byblos, Lebanon. The city's Canaanite/Phoenician name (GBL, i.e. Gubal, Gebal, etc.) can be derived from GB, meaning "well" or "origin", and EL, the name of the supreme god of Byblos' pantheon.

Phoenicia lived its longest life under the Phoenicians, the ancient people whose name was given to this land we know today as Lebanon. After the conquest of Phoenicia by Alexander the Great in 332 BC, it took on new life as Greek-dominated Phoenicia. When the Romans took their turn as conquerors of Phoenicia, it then began to live as Roman-dominated Phoenicia. Each of these eras had its own unique character.

Phoenicia lived its longest life under the Phoenicians, the ancient people whose name was given to this land we know today as Lebanon. After the conquest of Phoenicia by Alexander the Great in 332 BC, it took on new life as Greek-dominated Phoenicia. When the Romans took their turn as conquerors of Phoenicia, it then began to live as Roman-dominated Phoenicia. Each of these eras had its own unique character.

1958, Weygand Street. Beirut, Lebanon.  Image source: National Geographic

1958, Weygand Street. Beirut, Lebanon. Image source: National Geographic

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