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

[Footnote 1263:  Di Cesnola, p. 149.]

[Footnote 1264:  Ibid. pl. xiv.]

[Footnote 1265:  Ibid. pl. x.]

[Footnote 1266:  See Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 769, 771, 789.]

[Footnote 1267:  Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 798.]

[Footnote 1268:  C. W. King, in Di Cesnola’s Cyprus, pp. 363, 364.]

[Footnote 1269:  Mr. King says of it:  “No piece of antique worked agate hitherto known equals in magnitude and curiosity the ornament discovered among the bronze and iron articles of the treasure.  It is a sphere about six inches in diameter, black irregularly veined with white, having the exterior vertically scored with incised lines, imitating, as it were, the gadroons of a melon” (ibid. p. 363).]

[Footnote 1270:  Renan, Mission de Phenicie, Pls. xii. xiii.; Di Cesnola, Cyprus, pls. iv. and xxx.; and pp. 335, 336.]

[Footnote 1271:  Perrot et Chipiez, iii. 846-853.]

[Footnote 1272:  1 Kings xxii. 39.]

XIII—­PHOENICIAN WRITING, LANGUAGE, AND LITERATURE

[Footnote 0131:  This follows from the fact that the Greeks, who tell us that they got their letters from the Phoenicians, gave them names only slightly modified from the Hebrew.]

[Footnote 0132:  See Dr. Ginsburg’s Moabite Stone, published in 1870.]

[Footnote 0133:  See Quarterly Statement of the Palestine Exploration Fund for October 1881, pp. 285-287.]

[Footnote 0134:  Corp.  Ins.  Semit. i. 224-226.]

[Footnote 0135:  Herod. v. 58; Diod.  Sic. v. 24; Plin. H.  N. v. 12; vii. 56; Tacit. Ann. xi. 14; Euseb. Chron.  Can. i. 13; &c.]

[Footnote 0136:  Capt.  Conder, in the Quarterly Statement of the Palestine Exploration Fund, Jan. 1889, p. 17.]

[Footnote 0137:  Encycl.  Britann. i. 600 and 606.]

[Footnote 0138:  Conder, in Quarterly Statement, &c. l.s.c.]

[Footnote 0139:  See Gesenius, Mon.  Phoen. Tab. 19 and 20.]

[Footnote 1310:  See the Corpus Ins.  Semit. i. 3, 30, 73, &c.; Gesenius, Mon.  Phoen. Tab. 29-33.]

[Footnote 1311:  See on this entire subject Gesenius, Scripturae Linguaeque Phoeniciae Monumenta, pp. 437-445; Movers, article on Phoenizien in the Cyclopaedie of Ersch and Gruber; Renan, Histoire des Langues Semitiques, pp. 189-192.]

[Footnote 1312:  Renan, Histoire, &c., p. 186.]

[Footnote 1313:  Philo Byblius, Fr. i.]

[Footnote 1314:  Philo Byblius, Fr. ii.  Sec. 5-8.]

[Footnote 1315:  Ibid.  Fr. v.]

[Footnote 1316:  The Voyage of Hanno translated, and accompanied with the Greek Text, by Thomas Falconer, M.A., London, 1797.]

[Footnote 1317:  Quoted by Falconer in his second “Dissertation,” p. 67.]

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