Phoenician (ancient merchants/colonizers) Canaanitic of Afro Asiatic including Ugarituc & Hebrew. Statues, Beirut National Museum.

Phoenician figurine BCE Figurines from the Temple of Obelisks at Byblos, Lebanon Gilded bronze BCE).

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

Phoenician (Canaanitic Semite of north Africa & Middle East meaning Afro Asiatic including Ugaritic & Hebrews) Statuettes from Byblos, cent. Now in the National Museum of Beirut.

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Phoenician Terracotta Goddess Tanit (#27-369) < Auctions < Archaeological Center

Phoenician Terracotta Goddess Tanit (#27-369) < Auctions < Archaeological Center

Pigeon Rocks from the Corniche, Beirut

Pigeon Rocks from the Corniche, Beirut

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.

Terracotta figure of a tambourine player, Phoenician, from Tharros, Sardinia, 7th-6th century BCE. From a tomb at Tharros.

Terracotta figure of a tambourine player, Phoenician, from Tharros, Sardinia, century BCE. From a tomb at Tharros.

Rare Phoenician Owl - Tridacne (shell). Phoenician, ca. 8th century B.C.E…

Rare tridacne shell sculpted in the shape of a bird of prey (probably an owl). Phoenician, ca.

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Phoenician grinning mask century BCE) found in San Sperate, Sardinia, on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari. It's an example of the "sardanios ghelos", the sardonic laugh mentioned by Homer and others in ancient times.

Statuette of a Phoenician goddess, from the Phoenician coast, c.700-600 BC (bronze & silver)   Louvre Museum

Statuette of a Phoenician goddess, from the Phoenician coast, BC (bronze & silver) Louvre Museum

Gold Earrings Phoenician,7th-6th century BC From Tharros, Sardinia

Phoenician: century BC: Golden earrings designed with Egyptian influence. The earrings to the right have hawks resembling the god Horus.

Farouz, Beirut, Lebanon. No one can be grumpy in the morning listening to Farouz. In Lebanon, she is always on the radio, first thing in the day.

No one can be grumpy in the morning listening to Farouz. In Lebanon, she is always on the radio, first thing in the day.

PHOENICIA - Ancient Mediterranean cultures ~ The seafaring Phoenicians traders had contact with other cultures along the trade routes. Their Phoenician alphabet became a model for other prewriting civilizations.

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