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Phoenician Ivory Sphinx Plaque (by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin). The art of the ancient Phoenicians, which flourished between ...

... Plaque with pharaonic figures flanking a sacred tree ...

The Phoenicians

Phoenician Small Ship (by Marie-Lan Nguyen). Phoenicia was an ancient ...

The Nimrud Ivories: Their Discovery & History

The Phoenicians (1500–300 B.C.) | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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... Tribute bearer with an oryx, a monkey, and a leopard skin ...

Below, a Phoenician terracotta plaque showing a Cherub (Winged Sphinx) adoring the Sacred Lotus-Papyrus Tree of Life.

Sarcophagus of Eshmunazor II (5th century BC), Phoenician king of Sidon found near Sidon, in southern Lebanon

Phoenician ships were adorned with horses' heads in honor of their god of the sea, Yamm. The Greeks called them gauloi and hippoi, the fi…

Phoenician Art Ivory Phoenician ivory 10th 6th bce

Detailed photo of the same relief. Note the discrepancies between the drawing ...

The art of the ancient Phoenicians, which flourished between the 19th and 4th centuries BCE, was exported throughout Mesopotamia and the ancient ...

Sarcophagus of Ahiram

Cover of a Phoenician anthropoid sarcophagus of a woman, made of marble, 350–325 BC, from Sidon, now in the Louvre.

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First Rulers of the Mediterranean. The ancient Phoenicians ...

... Horse blinker with a seated sphinx wearing a uraeus and sun-disk headdress ...

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

Temple of the Obelisks (by Satak Lord). Phoenician architecture ...

The Kilamuwa stele, written in a 9th century BC Semitic alphabet / Wikimedia Commons

Scarab seal and modern impression: Osiris flanked by protective deities

An incense burner depicting Ba'al-Hamon, 2nd century BC

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Phoenician Bronze Bowl From Nimrud

Phoenician terracotta sea god in the form of a triton with a helmet like hair style, undulating body and tail fin on an integral base originally decorated ...

Phoenician Glassware

Punic mask from the Bardo Museum in Tunis

Figure of Ba'al with raised arm, 14th–12th century BC, found at ancient Ugarit (Ras Shamra site), a city at the far north of the Phoenician coast.

HISTORY OF PHOENICIANS

Assyrian warship (probably built by Phoenicians) with two rows of oars, relief from Nineveh, c. 700 BCE. Phoenician became one of the ...

Carthaginian Art

By the eighth century B.C., however, the material culture of the Phoenicians extended southward, and Sidon controlled Dor and Joppa during the Persian ...

The worship of Baʿal Hammon flourished in the Phoenician colony of Carthage. His supremacy among the Carthaginian gods is believed to date to the 5th ...

Alexander Mosaic (c. first century AD), ancient Roman floor mosaic from the House of the Faun in Pompeii showing Alexander fighting king Darius III of ...

Two versions of the popular motif, a pair of Pharaohs with sceptres and jugs flanking a stylized tree, with the 'Classic Phoenician' example on the left, ...

A naval action during the siege of Tyre in South Lebanon (350 BC). Drawing by André Castaigne, 1888–89.

1 Mysterious Phoenicia

Green landscape with ruins

Again, this tin might have reached the Mediterranean and the Phoenician traders overland across Gaul.

Art

Tyrian red, Phoenician purple, royal or imperial purple, and imperial dye are some of the names for a natural pigment, extracted from the secretion of two ...

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the religion of the Phoenicians

The silver rush: New technologies remap Phoenician expansion in the Mediterranean - Archaeology - Haaretz.com

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History of Carthage. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Phoenician Art. Phoenician Trade. Decline of the Phoenicians. phoenician civilization map

Though recorded in historical sources, the indigenous people in the south-west corner of the Iberian Peninsula have largely eluded archaeologists.

The Phoenicians established a great early civilization. Originating in the coasts of present-day Lebanon and Israel, they developed an alphabet that was ...

This detail from one of the bronze bands holding together the ...

Captions; Furniture plaque carved in relief with a “woman at the window”

Phoenician Art

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Ancient Italic people

ORIGIN OF THE PHOENICIANS

The religion of the Etruscans, the civilization which flourished from the 7th to 2nd century BCE in central Italy, has, like many other features of the ...

Carved Ivory plaque—striding sphinx Levant, Samaria, ca. 9th–8th century

9780199672745: Tartessos and the Phoenicians in Iberia

Since the raison d'être of the Phoenicians was metal trading, it is appropriate that their finest art is to be seen ...

NEW: The Geography of Gandhāran Art Proceedings of the Second International Workshop of the Gandhāra Connections Project, University of Oxford, ...

Phoenician figurines from the Temple of Obelisks at Byblos, Lebanon, 8th century BC - Click on the image to visit the website for the Historyteller podcast!

The World between Empires: Art and Identity in the Ancient Middle East

Canaanite figurines representing the Phoenician Period, 1200-586 B.C., from the city of Akko. (Photo: Dennis Jarvis/Flickr)

Archaeology of the Land of Israel

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Carthaginian phallic urn from Kerkouane

Carambolo treasure. Seville Archaeology Museum. Photo courtesy of the Regional Council of Culture.

Phoenician Figurines

Ancient Phoenician Temples in Byblos, Lebanon

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Phoenician colonies around the Mediterranean Sea (first Millennium B.C.)

... Limestone funerary relief ...

Phoenician Votive Figure

Tophet funerary stelae, showing (below moon and sun) a symbol of Tanit, queen goddess of Carthage

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The art treasures of the Etruscans

The Minoans were a literate Bronze Age civilization that flourished thousands of years ago (one woman shown dancing, in a fresco fragment that dates from ...

A Comprehensive Guide to the Mesopotamians

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... once crowned with the Egyptian double crown, forming part of one of the largest statuettes from SW11/12; and the body of a rare example lacking inlays ...

3 About 5,000 years ago it was inhabited by a race know as Semites.

THE PHOENICIANS IN SPAIN

Phoenician Votive Figure

Collaborating with Assyria, colonising the Mediterranean. One ...

Sicilian splendours

It was originally an island, but Alexander built a mole to it which has been widened by the accumulation of sand on either side. Photo from Phoenicians ...