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History of Phoenicia eBook

George Rawlinson
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[Footnote 475:  Lucian, De Dea Syra, Sec. 9.]

[Footnote 476:  Philo.  Bybl.  Fr. ii. 8, Sec. 25.]

[Footnote 477:  Stephen of Byzantium calls it {polin thoinikes ek mikrae megalen}.  Strabo says that it was rebuilt by the Romans (xvi. 2, Sec. 19).]

[Footnote 478:  Phocas, Descr.  Urbium, Sec. 5.]

[Footnote 479:  Cellarius, Geograph. ii. 378.]

[Footnote 480:  Gen. x. 17.]

[Footnote 481:  Eponym Canon, pp. 120, l. 25; 123, l. 2.]

[Footnote 482:  Josh. xix. 29.]

[Footnote 483:  Eponym Canon, p. 132, l. 10.]

[Footnote 484:  Eponym Canon, p. 132, l. 10; 148, l. 103.]

[Footnote 485:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, pp. 20, 21.]

[Footnote 486:  This seems to be the true meaning of Strab. xvi. 2, Sec. 25; sub init.]

[Footnote 487:  Josh. vii. 23.]

[Footnote 488:  Ibid. xvii. 11.]

[Footnote 489:  1 Kings iv. 11.]

[Footnote 490:  Ancient Monarchies, ii. 132.]

[Footnote 491:  Steph.  Byz. ad voc.  DORA.]

[Footnote 492:  Hieronym. Epit.  Paulae (Opp. i. 223).]

[Footnote 493:  Josh. xix. 47.]

[Footnote 494:  1 Macc. x. 76.]

[Footnote 495:  Jonah i. 3.]

[Footnote 496:  2 Chron. ii. 16.]

[Footnote 497:  Ezra iii. 7.]

[Footnote 498:  See Capt.  Allen’s Dead Sea, ii. 188.]

[Footnote 499:  Eustah. ad Dionys.  Perieg. l. 915.]

[Footnote 4100:  Compare the Heb.  “Ramah” and “Ramoth” from {...}, “to be high.”]

[Footnote 4101:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 3.]

[Footnote 4102:  Gesenius, Monumenta Scripture Linguaeque, Phoeniciae, p. 271.]

[Footnote 4103:  Allen, Dead Sea, ii. 189.]

[Footnote 4104:  Perrot et Chipiez, Histoire de l’Art, iii. 23.]

[Footnote 4105:  Perrot and Chipiez, iii. 23-25.]

[Footnote 4106:  Perrot et Chipiez, Histoire de l’Art dans l’Antiquite, iii. 25, 26.]

[Footnote 4107:  The Phoenicians held Dor and Joppa during the greater part of their existence as a nation, but the tract between them, and that between Dor and Carmel—­the plain of Sharon—­shows no trace of their occupation.]

V—­THE COLONIES

[Footnote 51:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 71.]

[Footnote 52:  Gen. x. 4.  Compare Joseph. Ant.  Jud. i. 6.]

[Footnote 53:  Kenrick, p. 72.]

[Footnote 54:  The two plains are sometimes regarded as one, which is called that of Mesaoria; but they are really distinct, being separated by high ground in Long. 33º nearly.]

[Footnote 55:  AElian, Hist.  Ann. v. 56.]

[Footnote 56:  Strab. xiv. 6, Sec. 5.]

[Footnote 57:  Theophrastus, Hist.  Plant. v. 8.]

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