RMJYF12M–MACCOUN(1899) p137 330 B.C. 301 B.C. PALESTINE AND PHOENICIA, AT THE TIME OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT
RM2JYY0MP–Phoenician figurine of a crouching woman, 900-800 B.c Phoenicia was a thalassocratic ancient Semitic civilization that originated in the Eastern Mediterranean and in the west of the Fertile Crescent. It included the coastline of what is now Lebanon, Israel, Gaza, Syria, and south-west Turkey. The civilization spread across the Mediterranean between 1500 BC and 300 BC.
RMGD2HC8–fine arts, ancient world, Phoenicia, sculpture, horses with riders, circa 1000 BC, clay, blazed, painted, State Archaeological Collection, Munich, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMFJ2H2R–Map of Palestine and part of Phoenicia illustrating the New Testament
RMMC6EB8–Greek Mythology: Cadmus Cadmus, the hero King who is said to have introduced into Europe from Phoenicia an alphabet of 16 letters. He was eventually turned into a serpent.
RMH2BYAB–Phoenician juniper or arar, Juniperus phoenicia, with berries on the red granite coast of Isola Rosa, Sardinia
RM2J0KHBY–Vintage hotel luggage label for the Hotel Lido, Bucharest, Romania. Now the Lido by Phoenicia Hotel.
RF2GCA2FB–The caption accompanying this 1903 illustration in Gaston Maspero’s book on History of Egypt reads: “Phoenician Jewelry.”
RMK8DC85–The siege of Tyre by Alexander the Great in 332 BC. Tyre was a strategic coastal base on the Mediterranean Sea, it was on an island and had walls right up to the sea and was almost impossible to capture. Alexander solved the problem by first blockading and besieging Tyre for seven months, and then by building a causeway that allowed him to breach the fortifications. After the painting by Ernest Prater, (1864-1950). From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMA3TFTT–Blow up boy doll outside the Mystery Spot antique store in Phoenicia New York
RMH0B5JF–Phoenicians. Western Phoenicia. Attachement with the mistres of animals and waterbirds. Bronze. 7th-6th century B.C.
RME9E962–MACCOUN(1899) p139 283 B.C.-2479 B.C. PALESTINE AND PHOENICIA, TIME OF PTOLEMY II. PHILADELPHUS
RMDEG62N–Hotel Phoenicia, Valletta, Malta
RM2G96932–Phoenicia Hotel and Zaitunay bay at night, Beirut, Lebanon
RMB2CA43–Main Street business District Phoenicia New York State
RME1MH0X–Phoenicia, Catskills, NY
RMGD2HC6–fine arts, ancient world, Phoenicia, sculpture, female idol, 1400 - 1200 BC, clay, blazed, State Archaeological Collection, Munich, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RME2GGT3–Malta Floriana Hotel Phoenicia built in1937 first great luxury hotel on island
RMD210R6–Phoenician. Lycian Sarcophagus. 5th BC. Made out of Paros marble. Detail. Battle of centaurs. Royal Necropolis of Sidon. Lebanon
RMH2BYAK–Phoenician juniper or arar, Juniperus phoenicia, with berries on the red granite coast of Isola Rosa, Sardinia
RMBP5JR3–4216. PHOENICIAN COINS DEPICTINGA LARGE MERCHANT SHIP
RMK8DC76–Manufacturing 'Tyrian Purple' in ancient Phoenicia. Tyrian purple aka Phoenician purple, Tyrian red, royal purple, imperial purple or imperial dye, is a bromine-containing reddish-purple natural dye. It is a secretion produced by several species of predatory sea snails in the family Muricidae. After the painting by Ambrose Dudley, (1867-1951). From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMF0A449–View of InterContinental Phoenicia Hotel and swimming pool in Beirut, Lebanon
RM2CF0F4P–Hotel Phoenicia in Floriana, Malta.
RMD5CE1E–The 5 Star Phoenicia Hotel, Valletta, Malta
RMPNJ7MR–The 5 star Hotel Phoenicia in Valletta, Malta.
RM2G6DGYD–Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon
RMANFP53–View of pickup truck driving down highway and 214 road sign, Phoenicia, New York State, NY
RME1MH0H–The Mystery Spot, Phoenicia, Catskills, NY
RMGD2HCE–fine arts, ancient world, Phoenicia, relief, cow suckling her calf, from Arslan Tash, 2nd half 9th century BC, ivory, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RM2B01D37–Iraq: Fragment of a bas-relief of an Assyrian warship from the Palace at Nineveh, c. 700 BCE. Photo by World Imaging (CC BY-SA 3.0 License). This Assyrian ship was probably built and possibly manned by Phoenicians employed by Sennacherib, the son of Sargon II of Akkad, whom he succeeded on the throne of Assyria (705–681 BCE). It is a bireme, with two rows of oars. Shields are fastened around the superstructure, as on the fortifications of some city walls. The pointed bow is a ram, for piercing enemy shipping.
RM2KEEDF7–Phoenicia Hotel, Marina, Beirut, Lebanon, Middle East. The Phoenician Empire extended along this coast some centuries ago.
RMH2BYAN–Phoenician juniper or arar, Juniperus phoenicia, with berries on the red granite coast of Isola Rosa, Sardinia
RM2EKJXD4–View from a car on a street and white wooden houses. Phoenicia, New York, USA, 1965
RM2K9NRG2–Houston, TX USA - October 8, 2022 - Audi midsized SUV cruising in downtown Houston's financial district pass the Phoenicia Super Market.
RM2A2J00K–Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting Head of Herakles, 74/73 BC, Greek, minted in Tyre, Phoenicia, Tyre, Silver, Diam. 3 cm, 14.36 g
RMADW8Y2–Ancient Phoenician sailors trading goods in a Mediterranean seaport. Hand-colored woodcut
RMEHD0T4–La dame de Carthage ( Musée National de Carthage ) Phoenicia - Tunisia (Phoenician trading city in North Africa capital Carthaginian Empire )
RM2DC3BHP–Phoenician sailors trading in a Mediterranean coastal town. After a 19th century work by an unidentified artist.
RMF0A44A–View of InterContinental Phoenicia Hotel and swimming pool in Beirut, Lebanon
RFJ2221B–Phoenician juniper bush or arar (Juniperus phoenicia) with berries on the coast of Capo Mannu, Sardinia. Close up of berries on a sunny day.
RFRWWXWD–Phoenicia. A custom built 600BC Phoenician ship replica. The unique horse figurehead mounted at the bow, bathed in moody early morning winter sunlight
RM2AD6XC3–1733 Fort Manoel, a star fort overlooking Marsamxett Harbour on Manoel Island in Gzira, Malta. Panoramic landscape. Later known as HMS Phoenicia.
RM2G6XXRM–Phoenicia Hotel and Zaitunay bay in Beirut, Lebanon
RMANFP52–View of empty highway road and 214 road sign with trees and mountains in the background, Phoenicia, New York State, NY
RME1MH01–General Store, Phoenicia, Catskills, NY
RMGD2HCA–fine arts, ancient world, Phoenicia, sculpture, woman playing a drum, from Ras Shamra, 13th / 12th century BC, ivory, National Museum, Damascus, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RM2K5B64Y–Hotel Phoenicia, Beirut, Lebanon, Middle East. Hotel's name reminding us of Lebanon's past as Phoenicians settled Lebanon many centuries ago.
RMH2BYAM–Phoenician juniper or arar, Juniperus phoenicia, with berries on the red granite coast of Isola Rosa, Sardinia
RF2GCA2F8–The caption accompanying this 1903 illustration in Gaston Maspero’s book on History of Egypt reads: “Examples of Phoenician Glass.”
RM2J1M1DD–Iberian Peninsula. Ancient History. Phoenicians. Figures 1 to 5: illustrations inspired by antiquities from the Cerro de los Santos. Figure 6: Phoenician from a small lamp in the Museum of Tarragona. Chromolithography. Historia General de España, by Modesto Lafuente. Volume I. Published in Barcelona, 1877.
RM2A2J4GC–Tetradrachm (Coin) Depicting the Goddess Tyche, 80/79 BC, Greco-Roman, Arados, Phoenicia, Aradus, Silver, Diam. 2.8 cm, 13.49 g
RMD8R100–Ancient Phoenician chariot carved in stone. Hand-colored woodcut
RMEHD01P–Oil lamp - Carthage Phoenicia - Tunisia (Phoenician trading city in North Africa capital Carthaginian Empire ) Musee national du Bardo