Tyre in the Early Persian Period (539-486 B.C.E.)

  title={Tyre in the Early Persian Period (539-486 B.C.E.)},
  author={H. Jacob Katzenstein},
  journal={The Biblical Archaeologist},
  pages={23 - 34}
  • H. Katzenstein
  • Published 1 January 1979
  • History
  • The Biblical Archaeologist
The impact of Carthage gaining its independence, and Tyre's loss of preeminence to its twin city, Sidon. 
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