History of Phoenicia eBook

George Rawlinson
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[Footnote 7122:  Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 666:—­“On obtenait ainsi un ensemble qui, malgre la rapidite du travail, ne manquait pas de gaiete, d’harmonie et d’agrement.”]

[Footnote 7123:  See Di Cesnola, Cyprus, pp. 65, 71, 91, 181, &c.; and Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 686, 691, 699, &c.]

[Footnote 7124:  Cyprus, pl. xxix. (p. 333).]

[Footnote 7125:  Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 704.]


[Footnote 81:  Ezek. xxvii. 18.]

[Footnote 82:  Ibid. xxvii. 21.]

[Footnote 83:  See Herod. ii. 182, and compare the note of Sir G. Wilkinson on that passage in Rawlinson’s Herodotus, ii. 272.]

[Footnote 84:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 246.]

[Footnote 85:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 86:  Hom. Il. vi. 289; Od. xv. 417; AEsch. Suppl. ll. 279-284; Lucan, Phars. x. 142, &c.]

[Footnote 87:  Ex. xxvi. 36, xxviii. 39.]

[Footnote 88:  Perrot et Chipiez, Histoire de l’Art, iii. 877.]

[Footnote 89:  Smyth, Mediterranean Sea, pp. 205-207.]

[Footnote 810:  Tristram, Land of Israel, p. 51.]

[Footnote 811:  Lortet, La Syrie d’aujourd’hui, p. 103.]

[Footnote 812:  See Phil.  Transactions, xv. 1,280.]

[Footnote 813:  Wilksinson, in Rawlinson’s Herodotus, ii. 347.]

[Footnote 814:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 258.]

[Footnote 815:  See Jul.  Pollux, Onomasticon, i. 4, Sec. 45.]

[Footnote 816:  This is the case with almost all the refuse shells found in the “kitchen middens” (as they have been called) on the Syrian coast.  See Lortet, La Syrie d’aujourd’hui, p. 103).]

[Footnote 817:  See Reaumur, quoted by Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 256.]

[Footnote 818:  Plin. H.  N. ix. 38.]

[Footnote 819:  See Grimaud de Caux’s paper in the Revue de Zoologie for 1856, p. 34; and compare Lortet, La Syrie d’aujourd’hui, p. 102.]

[Footnote 820:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 821:  Lortet, La Syrie d’aujourd’hui, p. 127.]

[Footnote 822:  Plin. H.  N. xxxii. 22.]

[Footnote 823:  Ibid. ix. 37-39.]

[Footnote 824:  For the tints producible, see a paper by M. Lacaze-Duthiers, in the Annales des Sciences Naturelles for 1859, Zoologie, 4me. serie, xii. 1-84.]

[Footnote 825:  Plin. H.  N. ix. 41.]

[Footnote 826:  Ibid. ix. 39:—­“Cornelius Nepos, qui divi Augusti principatu obiit.  Me, inquit, juvene violacea purpura vigebat, cujus libra denariis centum venibat.”]

[Footnote 827:  Kenrick, Phoenicia, p. 242.  Compare Pliny, H.  N. ix. 38:—­“Laus summa in colore sanguinis concreti.”]

[Footnote 828:  Hist.  Nat. xxxvi. 65.]

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