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.

Phoenician Wall, Batroun, Lebanon ... Batroun is one of the world's oldest cities. Located along the Mediterranean coast in northern Lebanon, this city is known for its ancient castles & churches, quality citrus fruits, beaches & modern nightlife. Batroun was a Phoenician metropolis that was established more than three millennia ago. The remnants of an ancient sea wall, built by the Phoenicians to protect against tidal waves, still stands along the coastline.

10 ancient walls you should see for yourself

Batroun is one of the world's oldest cities. Located along the Mediterranean coast in northern Lebanon, this city is known for its ancient castles

La primera Diosa de la tierra era Gordita.

20 000 - 22 000 BP Gagarino is one of the large sites in the Don region and the adjacent Eastern European plain that were repeatedly inhabited by hunter-gatherers during the late Gravettian (“Willendorf-Kostenki” Culture)

glass bead

originally from the Easter Mediterranean Sea region or Carthago. The large eyes lead one to believe that the beads were amulets that served to ward off the evil eye.

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