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Procopius' Phoenician Inscriptions: Never Lost, Not Found
Abstract Procopius of Caesarea, a Byzantine writer, claimed to have seen two stelae inscribed with Phoenician letters at Tigisis, in Numidia. His translation of the Phoenician text links theseExpand
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The Phoenician Contingent in the Campaign of Psammetichus II Against Kush
Graffiti inscribed on seated figures of Rameses II at Abu Simbel concern participation by Greek, Carian, and Phoenician forces in the Nubian campaign of Psammetichus II in 593 B.C.E. This studyExpand
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The Owl in Phoenician Mortuary Practice
Recent excavations in the Iron Age necropolis of Tyre (al-Bass district) allow a substantial reconstruction of the Phoenician ritual of cremation burial. Among the faunal remains from Tyre al-BassExpand
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The Phoenician text from the Etruscan sanctuary at Pyrgi
Nouvelle interpretation et nouvelle traduction de la phrase finale du texte phenicien inscrit sur une plaque d'or decouverte dans un sanctuaire etrusque sur le site de l'ancienne Pyrgi (Italie)
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