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Rare Books about the Phoenicians
Titles Listed by Catalog Number
February 2000

English to Phoenician Dictionary Online with phonetic pronunciation in Latin (English) and Arabic script.

Publications by Dr. Mark A. McMenamin
Professor of Geology
Mount Holyoke College
50 College Street
South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075

100. McMenamin, M. A. 1996.
THBO TSRM ADRNM WOD TSORNM [All about Phoenician Coinage].
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 24 p. ISBN 0-9651136-0-4.
[in Phoenician]. Soft cover. Second printing.
$10.00 postpaid.

101. McMenamin, M. A. 1996.
Carthaginian Cartography: A Stylized Exergue Map.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 26 p. ISBN 0-9651136-1-2. Soft cover.
$10.00 postpaid.

102. McMenamin, M. A. 1997.
An Introduction to Phoenician Grammar.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 28 p. ISBN 0-9651136-3-9. Soft cover.
$15.00 postpaid.

103. McMenamin, M. A. 1997.
A Concise Phoenician-English English-Phoenician Dictionary.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 37 p. ISBN 0-9651136-2-0. Soft cover.
$15.00 postpaid.

104. McMenamin, M. A. 1999.
The Carthaginians Were Here: Evidence for an Early Crossing of the Atlantic. Volume I.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 163 p. ISBN 0-9651136-4-7 (Volume I). Soft cover.
$20.00 postpaid.

105. McMenamin, M. A. 1999.
The Carthaginians Were Here: Evidence for an Early Crossing of the Atlantic. Volume II.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 129 p. ISBN 0-9651136-5-5 (Volume II). Soft cover.
$20.00 postpaid.

106. McMenamin, M. A. 1999.
The Carthaginians Were Here: Evidence for an Early Crossing of the Atlantic. Volumes I and II.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. ISBN 0-9651136-6-3 (2 Volume Set). Soft cover.
$40.00 postpaid.

107. McMenamin, M. A. 2000.
Phoenician Coins and Their Countermarks.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 68 p. ISBN 0-9651136-7-1. Soft cover.
$15.00 postpaid.

108. McMenamin, M. A. and A. L. McMenamin. 2000.
Make Your Own Circular Slide Rule.
Technology Quest Series Number 2.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 9 p. ISBN 0-9651136-8-X. Soft cover.
$10.00 postpaid.

109. McMenamin, M. A. 2000.
Sympathy for the Slide Rule: Slide Rules in Scientific Innovation and Technology Education. Technology Quest Series Number 1.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 36 p. ISBN 0-9651136-9-8. Soft cover.
$20.00 postpaid.

110. McMenamin, M. A. 2000.
Rare Exonumia of the Late Twentieth Century.
South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 25 p. ISBN 1-893882-00-4. Soft cover.
15.00 postpaid.

111. McMenamin, M. A. 2000.
Phoenicians, Fakes and Barry Fell: Solving the Mystery of Carthaginian Coins Found in America. South Hadley, Massachusetts: Meanma Press. 43 p. ISBN 1-893882-01-2. Soft cover; color illustrations.
$30.00 postpaid.

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