History of Phoenicia eBook

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[Footnote 866:  Perrot et Chipiez, Hist. de l’Art, iii. 866-868.  Compare Di Cesnola, Cyprus, pl. x.]

[Footnote 867:  Di Cesnola, Cyprus, pp. 335, 336, and pls. iv. and xxx.; Perrot et Chipiez, Hist. de l’Art, iii. 831, 862, 863, &c.]

[Footnote 868:  Di Cesnola, l.s.c.; Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 864.]

[Footnote 869:  Di Cesnola, Cyprus, pl. xx.]

[Footnote 870:  Perrot et Chipiez, iv. 15, 66-68, 70; Cesnola, Cyprus, p. 203.]

[Footnote 871:  Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 870, 871.]

[Footnote 872:  Ibid. p. 867, No. 633.]

[Footnote 873:  Ibid. iv. 94.]

[Footnote 874:  Perrot et Chipiez, iv. 94, No. 91.]

[Footnote 875:  Ibid. p. 67, No. 53.]

[Footnote 876:  Ibid. iii. 862, No. 629.]

[Footnote 877:  Perrot et Chipiez, iii. p. 863.]

[Footnote 878:  De Cesnola, Cyprus, p. 336.]

[Footnote 879:  See Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 133, Nos. 80, 81.]

[Footnote 880:  Di Cesnola, p. 335.]

[Footnote 881:  See Ezek. xxvii. 12; Strab. iii. 2, Sec. 8.]

[Footnote 882:  Plutarch, Vit.  Alex.  Magni, Sec. 32.]

[Footnote 883:  Ceccaldi, Monumens Antiques de Cyprus, p. 138; Di Cesnola, Cyprus, p. 282; Perrot et Chipiez, Hist. de l’Art, iii. 874.]

[Footnote 884:  Plutarch, Vit.  Demetrii, Sec. 21.]

[Footnote 885:  Hom. Il. xi. 19-28.]

[Footnote 886:  2 Chron. ii. 14.  Iron, in the shape of nails and rings, has been found in several graves in Phoenicia Proper, where the coffin seems to have been of wood (Renan, Mission de Phenicie, p. 866).]

[Footnote 887:  Strab. iii. 5, Sec. 11.]

[Footnote 888:  Ezek. xxvii. 12.]

[Footnote 889:  See Perrot et Chipiez, Hist. de l’Art, iv. 80.]

[Footnote 890:  Ibid. iii. 815, No. 568.]

[Footnote 891:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, p. 427, and pl. lx. fig. 1; Perrot et Chipiez, Hist. de l’Art, iii. 177, No. 123.]

IX—­SHIPS, NAVIGATION, AND COMMERCE

[Footnote 91:  Plin. H.  N. vii. 56.]

[Footnote 92:  Perrot et Chipiez, Hist. de l’Art, iii. 517, No. 352.]

[Footnote 93:  Layard, Nineveh and its Remains, ii. 383.]

[Footnote 94:  Compare the practice of the Egyptians (Rosellini, Monumenti Storici, pl. cxxxi.)]

[Footnote 95:  See Mionnet, Descript. de Medailles, vol. vii. pl. lxi. fig. 1; Gesenius, Ling.  Scripturaeque Phoen.  Monumenta, pl. 36, fig.  G; Layard, Nineveh and its Remains, ii. 378.]

[Footnote 96:  Layard, Monuments of Nineveh, first series, pl. 71; Nineveh and its Remains, l.s.c.]

[Footnote 97:  So Perrot et Chipiez, Hist. de l’Art, iii. 34.]

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