The Phoenicians: The Purple Empire of the Ancient World
Morrow, 1975 - 288 pages
Examines the history, people, culture, civilization, and achievements of the Phoenicians, whose supremacy in shipbuilding and navigation enabled them to be masters of the ancient world for three hundred years.
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