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Phoenician Encyclopedia: A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia and the Phoenicians, Punic, Canaanites -- Encyclopedia Phoeniciana
 Cadmus Slays The Serpent and Discovery Of Brazil By Cadmus
 Geography of Phoenicia Canaan
 Virtual Center for Phoenician Studies
"Portraits of the Gods," The Lost Lands of the Phoenician Canaanites...in Peru -- Book Review
A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia
A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia, Copyright Statement
A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia, Legal Stuff
A Comparitive Semitic Lexicon of the Phoenician and Punic Languages by Dr. Richard Tomback and Phoenician Dictionary Online
A genetic study on skeletal remains discovered in Cadiz, Spain, confirms their Phoenician ancestry
A study in the Aramaic Language of Jesus
Abbess St. Matrona of Perge, Defender of the Faith in Berytus, Phoenicia
Akrotaton d ar oistoV epegraye croa fwtoV 
Amazigh, (Berber) the Indigenous Non-Arab Population of North Africa, and Their language.
Another Lebanese village
Another mountain
Archaeology and Sports History
Assemani, Maronite Light from the East for the Church and the World
Beirut from the Mountain
Beritus (Berytus) Nutris Legum (Beirut Mother of Law), Roman School of Law
Biblical Records that Instruct Extermination of Canaanite Phoenician people
Bibliography, References and Sources
Britain, Phoenicia's Secret Treasure
Cadmus the Phoenician
Canaanite Phoenician Jerusalem, Urushalim, The City Founded by Shalem, Phoenician God of Dusk
Canaanite Phoenician Religion
Carthaginians in The New World Evidence of ancient explorers traveling to the new world does exist, and more than a single anomaly.
Certaines publications sur le sujet des Phéniciens par le Dr Clovis Y Karam
Chart of the Syro-Phoenician Church from 525 A.D. till 1724
Child Sacrifice: Children of Phoenician Punic Carthage Where Not Sacrificed to the Gods
Chrysippus of Soli, Phoenician cofounder of Stoicism
Circumnaviation of Africa -- Phoenicia, & Mediterranean Sailing of Europe, the Phoenician Ships Expeditions
Conception of the Union in the Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch (1622-1672) by Mgr. Abdallah Raheb
Conception of the Union in the Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch (1622-1672) by Mgr. Abdallah Raheb, Endnotes 1 to 300
Conception of the Union in the Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch (1622-1672) by Mgr. Abdallah Raheb, Endnotes 301 to 515
Conception of the Union in the Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch (1622-1672) by Mgr. Abdallah Raheb, Initials and Abbreviations, Sources and Bibliography
Contact Phoenicia.org
Could Chavín’s Labyrinth be the Remains of the Resounding Palace of Hades and Persephone? [Part 1]
Could Chavín’s Labyrinth be the Remains of the Resounding Palace of Hades and Persephone? [Part 2]
Did the Phoenicians Discover the New World?
Did the Phoenicians Introduce the Idea of Interest to Greece and Italy; and if so When?
Dido Delivered, Italian Drama in 4 Acts -- "Didone Liberata" di Salvatore ConteDramma teatrale in quattro Atti
Dido Delivered, Italian Drama in 4 Acts -- "Didone Liberata" di Salvatore ConteDramma teatrale in quattro Atti
Dido Delivered, Italian Drama in 4 Acts -- "Didone Liberata" di Salvatore ConteDramma teatrale in quattro Atti
Dido Delivered, Italian Drama in 4 Acts -- "Didone Liberata" di Salvatore ConteDramma teatrale in quattro Atti
Economy of the Punic Phoenician Empire
El documental sobre los aportes del Líbano a la civilización por la Unión Cultural Argentino Libanesa de Buenos Aires
Elissar, Dido, the Queen of Carthage and her city
Emir (Prince) Maurice Chehab In Perpetuum Honorum
Ethnic Origin, Language and Literature of the Phoenicians
Europa, the Phoenician Princess
Evolution of Picture Writing
Facts that Prove the Connection between the Phoenicians and the Irish-Celtic
Falsehood of Pan-Arabism, Progenitor of Wars and Tyrannies
fluter
GENÉTICA Y ANTROPOLOGÍA RACIAL DE LIBANESES -- Anthropology and genetics of the Lebanese
Gibraltar, the Pillars of the Phoenicians
Greek Melkite Catholic Patriarchate of Antioch: Birth, Evolution, and Current Orientations
Harissa, Our Lady of Lebanon
Himilco, Phoenician Voyager to Northewestern Shores of Europe
History of the Christian Syriac Schools of Theology
History of the Phoenician Canaanites
History of the Syriac Orthodox Church
https://phoenicia.org/Discovery-Raampa-Pictography-Senegambia.html
https://phoenicia.org/Discovery_Raampa_Pictography_Senegambia.html
Il caso di Tunisia
Introduction to Encyclopedia Phoeniciana
Jezebel, Phoenician Queen of Israel
Journey to the Mythological Inferno, Press Release
Language, Memory and Identity in the Middle East, the Case of Lebanon
Last Glimpse of Lebanon
LEBANESE-PHOENICIANS are from Lebanon-Phoenicia and from nowhere else
Leo III, Byzantine Emperor who was one of us, and so was his dynasty of emperors
Letters to the Editor
Malta’s Role in Phoenician Trade
Marinus of Tyre, Phoenicia, and Evolution of Ancient Maps
Marinus of Tyre, Phoenicia, and Evolution of Ancient Maps
Metropolitan Archbishops of Phoenicia Maritima, Honorary Titles
Miraculous Icon of Berytus (Beirut) and the Statue of Christ in Caesarea
Missionaries of Civilization
My Moral, Theological or Ethical Positions on a Number of Issues
Negotiate Like a Phoenician by Dr. Habib Chamoun, What the experts are saying.
Obliterating the Archaeological History of the Phoenician Port of Beirut
Official Policy on Interviews
Oldest Hebrew and Samaritan Script and Language were nothing but Phoenician
Open Letters from the public regarding everything Phoenician, Canaanite, Punic.
Origin of the arts and philosophy were from non-Greek cultures such as Phoenician, Carthaginian, Thracian, Egyptian, Etruscan, Persian...etc.
Origin of the Phoenician Empire -- Accurately Dating Phoenician History
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art
Painting from the Farcego Palace of Art: Sakaljuanramatan, Witch Doctor
Panoramic view of present day Souk El-Gharb
Persecution of Maronites and other Eastern Christians, the Massacres of 1840-1860
Phenicians of Malta and their Language
Phoenicia from the ashes
Phoenicia Prima welcomes the return of Africa's circumnavigatgors
Phoenicia's Climate, Trees, and Vegetation
Phoenicia's Treasures Plundered
Phoenicia, Phoenician Christians, The First Converts Outside the Jews
Phoenicia, Phoenician Cities
Phoenicia, Phoenician Crafts
Phoenicia, Phoenician Dress, Ornaments and Social Habits
Phoenicia, Phoenician Industrial Art and Manufacturing
Phoenicia, Phoenician Inscriptions Around the World
Phoenicia, Phoenician Mining
Phoenicia, Phoenician music interpreted from cuneiform tablets that contain the Hymn to the Moon Goddess Nikhal
Phoenicia, Phoenician Origin of the Celts?
Phoenicia, Phoenician Ships, Navigation and Commerce
Phoenicia, Phoenician Trade & Ships
Phoenicia, Phoenician Wars
Phoenicia, Phoenicians & Punic: Famous Carthaginians
Phoenicia, Phoenicians and Punic: Carthaginian History
Phoenicia, Phoenicians Founded Genoa
Phoenicia, Phoenicians in Australia
Phoenicia, Phoenicians in Brazil
Phoenicia, Phoenicians of the Present: Who is Phoenician and who is Arab today?
Phoenicia, Phoenicians: Am I a Phoenician? Testimonials from readers of this site.
Phoenicia, Phoenicians: Iamblichus, Phoenician Neoplatonic Philosopher
Phoenicia, Phoenicians: In Honorem: Deacon Abdalla Zakhir made the first Arabic Press — Eastern Christians were key to Arab Renaissance
Phoenicia, Phoenicians: Related Links
Phoenicia, Phoenicians: Related Links
Phoenicia,Phoenician Immigrants: Argentina's and Spain's Tropas de Baal-Hammón
Phoenicia: Ahirom, King of Byblos (1,000 B.C.) Turns in His Grave
Phoenicia: Byblos Priests Write Spells to Protect Pharaoh's Mummy
Phoenicia: Eulogy to May Murr, Lebanese poet, historian and pillar of culture
Phoenicia: Phoenician History is the oldest document of human culture & the Western World's historical archives.
Phoenicia: The Lebanese Language: What is the difference between the Arabic Language and the Lebanese language?
Phoenicia: The Maronites and Lebanon, A Brief History
Phoenicia: Trace your genetic origin through the Genographic Project 
Phoenicia: Vox Populi — Opinion — Tibune Libre
Phoenicia:Greco-Phoenician relations, according to Herodotus
Phoenicia:Greco-Phoenician relations, according to Herodotus
Phoenician Adon (Adonis) became Lord of the Hebrews
Phoenician Ahiram, the King's Coronation March
Phoenician Alphabet
Phoenician Architecture, Temples,Palaces and Shrines
Phoenician Art
Phoenician Canaanite History Timeline
Phoenician Canaanite Names of Towns and Cities
Phoenician Colonies
Phoenician Commerce: Treatises and Essays on Subjects connected with Economic Policy
Phoenician concept of time and "Secret Works of the Phoenicians."
Phoenician Creation Story
Phoenician Dental Art
Phoenician Design of King Solomon's Temple
Phoenician Encyclopedia: A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia and the Phoenicians, Punic, Canaanites -- Encyclopedia Phoeniciana
Phoenician Gold Mines of Zimbabwe (Rhodesia)
Phoenician Government and Politics
Phoenician influence on Greek Religion 900-600 BC: The Oriental influences seen in the Gods and Goddesses worshipped in Greece
Phoenician Money
Phoenician Popes
Phoenician Punic St. Cyprian of Carthage
Phoenician Punic St. Cyprian of Carthage
Phoenician Punic Translation of the Bible
Phoenician Religion -- Pagan
Phoenician Saint Pamphilus of Cæsarea
Phoenician Saints Perpetua and Felicity
Phoenician Sea and Land Voyages and Routes, Hanno and Necho
Phoenician Ship Wreck
Phoenician Sports Founded Olympic Games and the Stadium of Amrit
Phoenician Sports Founded Olympic Games and the Stadium of Amrit
Phoenician Treasures
Phoenician Wines and Vines
Phoenician Zeno of Citium
Phoenicians in Egypt
Phoenicians in West Europe: From Canaan to Cornwall & Cork
Plato's Atlantis and The Kings of Atlantis, Gods of the Phoenicians
Porphyry Malchus of Tyre, Phoenicia, mathematician
Proving History Through Science -- Phoenician’s Reborn through the DNA "Alphabet," the Y Chromosome
Pythagoras, Phoenician/Greek Mathematician
Racial anthropology and genetics of the Lebanese by Daniel (Dan’El) Asade Chuckralla.
Rare Phoenician Publications
Rare Phoenician Publications, Byblos Mart -- Bookworms Corner
Rediscovering Ancient Phoenicia: The Truth Behind Phoenician Identity in the Mediterranean
Religions of Ancient Millennia
Saint Augustine of Hippo, Phoenician Punic
Salim George Khalaf, my personal page
Semitic Languages (and the Phoenician language)
Septimius Severus, Roman Emperor of Phoenician Descent
Shattered Christian Minorities in the Middle East
Site Map Page 1 - Generated by www.xml-sitemaps.com
Souk El-Gharb and Bmakine, My Intertwined Hometowns
Souk El-Gharb, Lebanon
Sources of Modern Knoweldge About Phoenicia
St. Frumentius, Phoenician Saint, Apostle of Ethiopia
Stealing the Heritage
Syriac Christians Passed Greek Science to the Arabs
Syriac Language and Literature
Table of the Phoenician Alphabet
Tertullian of Carthage, Early Church Father
Thales of Miletus
The Amorites were not Canaanites and their origin is unknown
The Arms and Armor of The Punic Phoenicians
The Case of Tunisia
The Controversy: Who invented the alphabet, the Phoenicians or the Greeks
The Early Churches of Phoenicia and Antioch
The Early Churches of Phoenicia and Antioch
The Farcego Palace of Art
The History of the Melkite Byzantine Church
The Holy Bible in the Lebanese Language: The Gospel of John, Translated into Lebanese by Salim Khalaf
The Incomparable Hannibal, Phoenician Punic Hero -- A Personal View
The Itureans were not Arabs, and the Impact of Biblical Myths on History
The Itureans were not Arabs, and the Impact of Biblical Myths on History
The Melitensia Quinta, Phoenician Inscription
The Palestinian Christian: Betrayed, Persecuted, Sacrificed
The Phoenician and Hebrew God Set or Seth
The Phoenician in East Africa
The Phoenicians and the West: Politics, Colonies and Trade by María Eugenia Aubet
The Phoenicians and Their Origins
The Phoenicians in West Afica – Ajahi to Ajahi
The Rig Veda, A History Showing how the Phoenicians had their earliest home in India.
The Sabeans and Himyarites of Yemen were not Arabs
The ship Phoenicia in Malta
Torah, Ugartic Bible
Transcript of the interview with Dr. Franck Salameh Professor of Near Eastern and Slavic Languages Boston University
Untitled Document
Untitled Document
Was Emperor Charlemagne Phoenician too, just like President Jefferson?
Wenamun in Byblos: shopped for wood, a valued Phoenician commodity
Were the Phoenicians Related to the Hittites?
What was Historical Syria and Phoenicia? Is there confusion?
Why Jesus Visited Tyre and the Blessed Virgin Mary's Priestly Lineage, Like all Phoenician Kings
Writings of the Syriac Church Fathers
هل كانت الرياضة الفينيقية أساس الألعاب الأولمبية؟
نص المقابلة مع الدكتور فرانك سلامة بروفسور لغّات الشرق الادنى واللغّات السلافيّة جامعة بوسطن
Zachariah of Mitylene, Syriac Chronicle
Zeno of Sidon
    
Deir_El_Cheir
https://phoenicia.org/Deir_El_Cheir/History_of_Deir_El_Sheer.pdf
    
PIRC
Phoenician International Research Center Inc. (PIRC)
    
Zakher-Presses
A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia
         
pages
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
The museum at Saint John Sabigh, the Showyri, Lebanon, where the press making equipment devised by Deacon Abdallah Zakhir are kept.
    
pdfs
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/panarabforum.pdf
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/Discovered_Phoenician_skeletons.pdf
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/elmundo.pdf
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/melkite_greek_catholic.pdf
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/orthodox_antioch_union.pdf
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/St_George_Monastery.pdf
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/Salameh_Interview_English_Transcript.pdf
https://phoenicia.org/pdfs/Salameh_Interview_Arabic_Transcript.pdf
    
pythagoras
https://phoenicia.org/pythagoras/pythagoras_movie.htm
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