History of Phoenicia eBook

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[Footnote 1318:  See the Histoire des Langues Semitiques (p. 186):—­“Les monuments epigraphiques viennent heureusement combler en partie cette lacune.”]

[Footnote 1319:  See the Corpus Inscr.  Semit. i. 13.]

[Footnote 1320:  Corpus Inscr.  Semit. i. 20.]

[Footnote 1321:  Story of Phoenicia, p. 269.]

[Footnote 1322:  On the age of Jehavmelek, see M. Renan’s remarks in the Corpus Inscriptionum Semit. i. 8.]

[Footnote 1323:  Ibid. p. 3.]

[Footnote 1324:  I have followed the translation of M. Renan (Corp.  Ins.  Semit. i. 8).]

[Footnote 1325:  See the Corpus Inscr.  Semit. i. 226-236.]

[Footnote 1326:  See the Corp.  Inscr.  Sem. i. 30-32.]

[Footnote 1327:  Gesenius, Script.  Linguaeque Phoen.  Monumenta, p. 177.]

[Footnote 1328:  Ibid. p. 96.]

[Footnote 1329:  See the Corpus Inscr.  Semit. i. 36-39.]

[Footnote 1330:  Ibid. pp. 110-112.]

[Footnote 1331:  Ibid. p. 69.]

[Footnote 1332:  Ibid. p. 76.]

[Footnote 1333:  See the Corpus Inscr.  Semit. pp. 67, 68.]

[Footnote 1334:  Gesenius, Scripturae Linguaeque Phoen.  Mon. p. 144.]

[Footnote 1335:  Ibid. p. 147.]

[Footnote 1336:  Ibid. p. 187.]

[Footnote 1337:  See the fragments of Dius and Menander, who followed the Tyrian historians (Joseph. Contr.  Ap. i. 18).]

[Footnote 1338:  Ap.  Strab. xvii. 2, Sec. 22.]

[Footnote 1339:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 1340:  See Sallust, Bell.  Jugurth. Sec. 17; Cic. De Orat. i. 58; Amm.  Marc. xxii. 15; Solin. Polyhist. Sec. 34.]

[Footnote 1341:  Columella, xii. 4.]

[Footnote 1342:  Ibid. i. 1, Sec. 6.]

[Footnote 1343:  Plin. H.  N. xviii. 3.]

[Footnote 1344:  As Antipater and Apollonius, Stoic philosophers of Tyre (Strab. l.s.c.), Boethus and Diodotus, Peripatetics, of Sidon (ibid.), Philo of Byblus, Hermippus of Berytus, and others.]

XIV—­POLITICAL HISTORY

[Footnote 0141:  Gen. x. 15-18.]

[Footnote 0142:  “Canaanite” is used in a much wider sence, including all the Syrian nations between the coast line and the desert.]

[Footnote 0143:  Mark vii. 26.]

[Footnote 0144:  Ezra iii. 7.]

[Footnote 0145:  1 Kings v. 18 (marginal rendering).]

[Footnote 0146:  Ezek. xxvii. 11.]

[Footnote 0147:  Gen. x. 17, 18.]

[Footnote 0148:  Judg. i. 31.]

[Footnote 0149:  Brugsch, Hist. of Egypt, i. 222, et seq.]

[Footnote 1410:  See Records of the Past, ii. 110, 111.]

[Footnote 1411:  Josh. xi. 8; xix. 28.]

[Footnote 1412:  Judg. xviii. 7, 8.]

[Footnote 1413:  Ibid. i. 31.]

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