History of Phoenicia eBook

George Rawlinson
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[Footnote 335:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, pp. 100, 101.]

[Footnote 336:  The Cypriot physiognomy is peculiar. (See Di Cesnola’s Cyprus, pp. 123, 129, 131, 132, 133, 141, &c.)]

[Footnote 337:  Herod. vii. 90.]

[Footnote 338:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 68, note 3.]

IV—­THE CITIES

[Footnote 41:  The nearest approach to such a period is the time a little preceding Nebuchadnezzar’s siege, when Sidon, Byblus, and Aradus all appear as subject to Tyre (Ezek. xxvii. 8-11).]

[Footnote 42:  1 Kings xvii. 9-24.]

[Footnote 43:  1 Macc. xv. 37.]

[Footnote 44:  Gen. x. 15.]

[Footnote 45:  Josh. xix. 29.]

[Footnote 46:  Ibid. verse 28.]

[Footnote 47:  See Hom. Il. vii. 290; xxiii. 743; Od. iv. 618; xiv. 272, 285; xvi. 117, 402, 424.]

[Footnote 48:  Hist.  Philipp. xviii. 3, Sec. 2.]

[Footnote 49:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 460.]

[Footnote 410:  Steph, Byz. ad voc.]

[Footnote 411:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, pl. lxvii.]

[Footnote 412:  Scylax, Periplus, Sec. 104.  This work belongs to the time of Philip, Alexander’s father.]

[Footnote 413:  See Renan, Mission de Phenicie, pl. lxii.]

[Footnote 414:  The inscription on the sarcophagus of Esmunazar. (See Records of the Past, ix. 111-114, and the Corp.  Inscr.  Semit., i. 13-20.)]

[Footnote 415:  The name “Palae-Tyrus” is first found in Strabo (xvi. 2, Sec. 24).]

[Footnote 416:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 347.]

[Footnote 417:  Plin. H.  N. v. 17.]

[Footnote 418:  Renan (Mission de Phenicie, p. 552) gives the area as 576,508 square metres.]

[Footnote 419:  Arrian, Exp.  Alex. ii. 21.]

[Footnote 420:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, p. 560.]

[Footnote 421:  So Bertou (Topographie de Tyr, p. 14), and Kenrick (Phoenicia, p. 352).]

[Footnote 422:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, p. 560.]

[Footnote 423:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 351.]

[Footnote 424:  See the fragments of Dius and Menander, preserved by Josephus (Contr.  Ap. i.  Sec. 17, 18), and compare Arrian, Exp.  Alex. ii. 24.  It is quite uncertain what Phoenician deity is represented by “Agenor.”]

[Footnote 425:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, p. 559.]

[Footnote 426:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 427:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 428:  Strab. xvi. 2, Sec. 23.]

[Footnote 429:  Menand, ap.  Joseph. l.s.c.]

[Footnote 430:  Strab. l.s.c.]

[Footnote 431:  Eight thousand are said to have been killed in the siege, and 30,000 sold when the place was taken. (Arrian, Exp.  Alex. l.s.c.) A certain number were spared.]

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