History of Phoenicia eBook

George Rawlinson
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 429 pages of information about History of Phoenicia.

[Footnote 5161:  Ibid. p. 341.]

[Footnote 5162:  See Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 118; Dyer, in Smith’s Dict. of Greek and Roman Geography, ii. 1106.]

[Footnote 5163:  Scymn.  Ch. ll. 100-106; Strabo, iii. 2, Sec. 11; Mela, De Situ Orbis, ii. 6; Plin. H.  N. iv. 21; Fest.  Avien. Descriptio Orbis, l. 610; Pausan. vi. 19.]

[Footnote 5164:  Stesichorus, Fragmenta (ed.  Bergk), p. 636; Strab. l.s.c.]

[Footnote 5165:  Scymn.  Ch. l.s.c.]

[Footnote 5166:  See Herod. i. 163.]

[Footnote 5167:  1 Kings x. 22.]

[Footnote 5168:  Strab. iii. 2, Sec. 8; Geograph.  Univ. i. 741-745.]

[Footnote 5169:  Strab. iii. 2, Sec. 11.]

[Footnote 5170:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 119.]

[Footnote 5171:  Strab. iii. 2, Sec. 7.]

[Footnote 5172:  Aristoph. Ran. l. 476; Jul.  Pollux, vi. 63.]

[Footnote 5173:  Vell.  Paterc. i. 2.]

[Footnote 5174:  Geograph.  Univ. i. 756-758.]

[Footnote 5175:  Ibid. p. 758.]

[Footnote 5176:  Strab. iii. 5, Sec. 5; Diod.  Sic. v. 20; Scymn.  Ch. 160; Mela, iii. 6, Sec. 1; Plin. H.  N. v. 19; &c.]

[Footnote 5177:  Gesen. Mon.  Phoen. pp. 304, 370.]

[Footnote 5178:  Strabo, iii. 5, Sec. 3.]

[Footnote 5179:  See the Geographie Universelle, i. 759.]

[Footnote 5180:  The name is to be connected with the words Baal, Belus, Baalath, &c.  There was a river “Belus,” in Phoenicia Proper.]

[Footnote 5181:  Gesenius, Monumenta Phoenicia, pp. 311, 312.]

[Footnote 5182:  Ibid. p. 311.]

[Footnote 5183:  I.e. towards the north-east, in the Propontis and the Euxine.]

VI—­ARCHITECTURE

[Footnote 61:  Perrot et Chipiez, Histoire de l’Art dans l’Antiquite, iii. 101.]

[Footnote 62:  See Renan, Mission de Phoenicie, p. 92, and Planches, pl. 12.]

[Footnote 63:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 64:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, pp. 62-68.]

[Footnote 65:  Ibid.  Planches, pl. 10.]

[Footnote 66:  1 Kings v. 17, 18.]

[Footnote 67:  Our Work in Palestine, p. 115.  Warren, Recovery of Jerusalem, i. 121.]

[Footnote 68:  See the Corpus.  Inscr.  Semit. Pars I. Planches, pl. 29, No. 136.]

[Footnote 69:  As at Sidon in the pier wall, and at Aradus in the remains of the great wall of the town.]

[Footnote 610:  M. Renan has found reason to question the truth of this view.  Bevelling, he thinks, may have begun with the Phoenicians; but it became a general feature of Palestinian and Syrian architecture, being employed in Syria as late as the middle ages.  The enclosure of the mosque at Hebron and the great wall of Baalbek are bevelled, but are scarcely Phoenician.]

Copyrights
Project Gutenberg
History of Phoenicia from Project Gutenberg. Public domain.
Follow Us on Facebook