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Vestiges phéniciens de Carthage http://bit.ly/1QrITQp

Vestiges phéniciens de Carthage http://bit.ly/1QrITQp

Viajes a Tunez - Tophet el antiguo sitio de sacrificios infantil3

Viajes a Tunez - Tophet el antiguo sitio de sacrificios infantil3

In 249 B.C., Hannibal Barca, the greatest enemy of Rome, grew up in a phoenician  military camp, in lebanon  commanded by his father, the famous Hamilcar Barca, who led Carthage in the first Punic War.

Hannibal, son of Hamilcar Barca was a Punic Carthaginian military commander, generally considered one of the greatest military commanders in history.

Tunisia, Carthage, Glass paste punic masks Title: De Agostini Picture Library / G. Dagli Orti Credit: 3rd Century B.C., Tunisia, Carthage, Musee National De Carthage (Archaeological Museum), Phoenician art  Artwork-location: Carthage, Musée National De Carthage (Archaeological Museum) Description: (03rd-)   Keywords:

Tunisia, Carthage, Glass paste punic masks Title: De Agostini Picture Library / G. Dagli Orti Credit: 3rd Century B.C., Tunisia, Carthage, Musee National De Carthage (Archaeological Museum), Phoenician art Artwork-location: Carthage, Musée National De Carthage (Archaeological Museum) Description: (03rd-) Keywords:

Hannibal of Carthage

Reese: "Hannibal's Crossing of the Alps" 218 BCE Hannibal-of-Carthage.

Phoenicians – Tunisia – 2nd century b. C – Golden bronze armour from Ksour es-Saf

Phoenicians – Tunisia – century b. C – Golden bronze armour from Ksour es-Saf

Syria was part of the Phoenician civilization that gave an outshoot empire at Carthage, north Africa that is now the maghrib region. Description from sustainablelivinginstitute.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Syria was part of the Phoenician civilization that gave an outshoot empire at…

Statuette of a Phoenician goddess, from the Phoenician coast, c.700-600 BC (bronze & silver)   Louvre Museum

Statuette of a Phoenician goddess, from the Phoenician coast, BC (bronze & silver) Louvre Museum

Phoenician statuettes

Phoenician (Canaanitic Semite of north Africa & Middle East meaning Afro Asiatic including Ugaritic & Hebrews) Statuettes from Byblos, cent. Now in the National Museum of Beirut.

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