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  Phoenicia   - a coastal region to the south of Syria
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  + Phoenician , Phoenicians
318/31 Eumenes attempts to gain control of Phoenicia.
318/34 squadron of Phoenician ships surrenders to Antigonus' fleet at Rhos
315/13 Antigonus builds a new navy in Phoenicia.
312/14 Ptolemy gains control of Phoenicia.
260/1 BD_53, regulations of Ptolemy II concerning Syria and Phoenicia.
191/18 seph the Tobiad retires from tax-collecting in Judaea and Phoenicia.
64/31 organises Coele Syria and Phoenicia as Roman provinces; Aradus bec
36/26 tra goes to meet Antonius in Phoenicia, and brings supplies for his
    Within translations:
2Macc_3   governor of Coele Syria and Phoenicia. He reported to
2Macc_4   ernor of Coele Syria and Phoenicia, was intensifying the
2Macc_8   ernor of Coele Syria and Phoenicia, for aid to the king's
2Macc_10   governor of Coele Syria and Phoenicia. 12 Ptolemaeus,
3Macc_3   habiting Coele-Syria and Phoenicia by the power of the spe
4Macc_4   nius, governor of Syria, Phoenicia, and Cilicia, and said
Aelian:Fr_59   ort of] the neighbouring Phoenicians for the same venture
Aelian:NA_16.33   figure. [33] & Phoenician histories state that the cow
AnthPal_7.117   your country were Phoenicia what reproach is that ? Cadmu
Apollod:Fr_19   EPHANUS Byz.] Dorus, a city of Phoenicia ..... Artemidorus
Aristeas_13   trict of Coele-Syria and Phoenicia to a successful issue,
Aristeas_22   mpaign against Syria and Phoenicia and in the attack upon
Arrian:Fr_10   gathered triremes from Phoenicia for an expedition from
Athen_4.174   Ulpianus. For the Phoenicians used a kind of flute called
Athen_4.175   Adonis; [175] for you Phoenicians called Adonis Gingres
Athen_5.204   But after that a Phoenician devised a new method of laun
Athen_6.273   them. And when the Phoenicians had made many discoveries
Athen_12.542   he surpassed the Cyprians and Phoenicians. And perfumes
Athen_13.563   your school, Zenon the Phoenician, who was always a slav
Athen_14.635   Phrynichus, in his Phoenician Women, has said - & Singi
Athen_14.637   having been invented by the Phoenicians. But Semus of
Athen_15.688   best is the Cyprian, and Phoenician and after them comes the
Athen_15.697   And all Phoenicia is full of songs of
ChronPasc_436   handed over Syria, Phoenicia, Samaria and Judaea as her
Cic:Acad_2.66     Phoenicians place their trust by night
Cic:Rep_2.9   except the Etruscans and the Phoenicians, the latter for purposes of
Cic:Rep_3.fr3   [fr.3] The Phoenicians with their traffic in merchandise
DiogLaert_7.15   I saw an aged woman of Phoenicia, & Hungry and covetous,
DiogLaert_7.25   then clothe them in a Phoenician dress." When a
DiogLaert_7.30   your country was Phoenicia, & Why need we grieve, from
DiogLaert_7.1-3 *   eek city, partly occupied by a Phoenician colony. {2} He
DionHal:Din_10   Phalereans against the Phoenicians, concerning the pries
Ennius:Ann_236   authority when he says - Phoenicians sprung from Sarra [23
Ennius:Ann_237   Thus Ennius says - Phoenicians accustomed to offer up to
Ennius:Ann_269   the eighth book - Phoenicians sprung from Dido [270] GELL
Eupolemus_1   and from the Jews the Phoenicians received them, and
Eupolemus_2   and to the king of the Phoenicians at Tyre, and theirs
Euseb]:Chron_3   alphabet, from the land of the Phoenicians. And so the Egy
Euseb]:Chron_29   he attacked the Jews, Phoenicians and Syrians, whom he
Euseb]:Chron_45   Egypt, and Syria, and Phoenicia, and Arabia, and exceed
Euseb]:Chron_49   in the archives of the Phoenicians, concerning this king
Euseb]:Chron_51   add the records of the Phoenicians, because I ought to
Euseb]:Chron_113   tiquities, produced some Phoenicians as witnesses to the
Euseb]:Chron_115   eved to have written the Phoenician History after an accur
Euseb]:Chron_119   more evidence out of the Phoenician histories [on the beha
Euseb]:Chron_143   ynasty. Shepherds. Phoenician brothers and foreign kings,
Euseb]:Chron_157   tion against Cyprus, and Phoenicia, and besides against
Euseb]:Chron_225   riots - for 33 years The Phoenicians - for 45 years The
Euseb]:Chron_253   ge, escaped from Rome to Phoenicia, and came to the city
ExcBarb_33B   alled Coele, which means Phoenicia He ordered Seleucus to
Festus:Brev_14   arms. Syria and Phoenicia were received in a war with
Festus:Brev_16   a considerable part of Phoenicia; and he also was allowe
Hieron:Chron_1827   ide, and gave him Syria, Phoenicia, Samaria and Judaea as
Hieron:Chron_1833   ollonius the governor of Phoenicia, and promised him many
Joseph:AJ_12.28   they overran Syria and Phoenicia, and laid waste Judaea,
Joseph:AJ_12.154   and Samaria, and Judaea, and Phoenicia, by way of dowry.
Joseph:AJ_12.169   the cities of Syria and Phoenicia, to bid for their taxes
Joseph:AJ_12.175   her, of Coele Syria, and Phoenicia, and Judaea, with Samar
Joseph:AJ_12.224   arm of the taxes of Syria, and Phoenicia, and Samaria twen
Joseph:AJ_13.65   that in Coele Syria and Phoenicia, I came at length with
Joseph:AJ_13.87   haste immediately out of Phoenicia, and came to Antioch,
Joseph:AJ_13.148   army out of Syria and Phoenicia and to make war against
Joseph:AJ_13.223   of the Upper Syria into Phoenicia, and pursued him thithe
Joseph:AJ_13.350   with a great fleet to Phoenicia; and when that country
Joseph:AJ_13.395   ians, and Idumaeans, and Phoenicians: At the sea-side, Str
Joseph:AJ_14.209   the kings of Syria and Phoenicia, the confederates of
Joseph:AJ_14.468   ver, came Sosius through Phoenicia, having sent out his
Joseph:BJ_1.345   marched himself along Phoenicia; [346] and when the who
Joseph:BJ_1.409   ery one that sailed from Phoenicia for Egypt was obliged
Just_15.1   part of Africa, Cyprus, and Phoenicia. Macedonia and
Just_18.3   rians was founded by the Phoenicians, who, suffering from
Malal_211   village on the coast of Phoenicia and built a walled city
Malal_216   ory of Aeneias, Dido the Phoenician [queen], the wooden
Malal_223   He also conquered Phoenicia: he sent an army under the
Meleager_7.419   an, salam ! if you are a Phoenician, naidios & ! if you
Naev:Pun_40   reckons that the Phoenician will come thither to meet
Naev:Pun_41   unic War - This also the Phoenicians covenant, that their
Nepos_5.2   of two hundred Cypriote and Phoenician ships, and captured them. On
Nepos_9.4   of war on the Cypriotes, Phoenicians and other maritime states, **
Nicarch_11.329   . . and sleep in Phoenicia, and though not Semele's son,
OGIS_54   (c. 246)   d Libya and Syria and Phoenicia and Cyprus and Lyci
OGIS_230   (197-187)   st of Coele Syria and Phoenicia, dedicated this to
Oros_1.2   of Syria are Commagene, Phoenicia, and Palestine, not including
Oros_1.2.90   south by the Syrian and Phoenician seas. In extent it is
Oros_3.7   city of the province of Phoenicia and, despite an earlier defeat,
Oros_5.15   say, was founded by the Phoenician Hercules and which now was
Oros_6.6   invaded Coele Syria and Phoenicia. He first subdued the
PCairZen_59044   nment business to Herakleia in Phoenicia. When Demetrios
Plin:HN_5.75   to the coast and to Phoenicia. There was formerly a town
Plin:HN_5.79     [79] At this point Phoenicia ends and Syria begins again.
Plin:HN_5.97   way at intervals, here the Phoenician Sea, here the Black Sea,
Plin:HN_5.128   and Taurus. Then in the Phoenician Sea off Joppa lies Paria,
Plin:HN_5.66-69 *   and Judaea, and Coele-Syria, then Phoenicia and the more inland part
Plin:HN_6.213   Ascalon, Jope, Caesarea, Phoenicia, Ptolemais, Sidon, Tyre,
Plin:HN_7.192   16 letters into Greece from Phoenicia and that to these Palamedes
Plin:HN_7.195   according to Theophrastus, in Phoenicia; walls were introduced by
Plin:HN_7.197   invented by Cadmus the Phoenician at Mount Pangaeum, or
Plin:HN_7.199   trade by the Phoenicians, viticulture and arboriculture
Plin:HN_7.208   Cyrenians, the skiff by the Phoenicians, the yacht by the Rhodians,
Plin:HN_7.209   the Cyprians; [209] the Phoenicians invented observing the stars
Plin:HN_36.158   The stone of Taenarum, the Phoenician stone and haematite are said
Plin:HN_36.190   Syria which is known as Phoenicia and borders on Judaea contains
Polyaen_3.9.63   crates was sent to Phoenicia with a fleet of a hundred thi
Polyaen_4.6.16   merchants about Syria, Phoenicia, Cilicia, Pamphylia,
Polyaen_4.6.9   his fleet to cruise towards Phoenicia. The sailors were
Polyaen_5.3.6   for an expedition into Phoenicia; where, he informed the
Porph:Fr_42   control of Cyprus and Phoenicia, and after defeating
Porph:Fr_56   the coast of the province of Phoenicia. And he will imme
Porph:Fr_57   governor of Antioch and Phoenicia, as commander of the
Poseidon_87   tive earthquakes near Sidon in Phoenicia and Rhagae in Med
PsCallisth_1.36   He made the satrap of Phoenicia the guardian of Tyre
PsCallisth_3.33   odyguard. I assign Phoenicia and the part of Syria called
SEG_29.1613   (c. 202-195)   ategos of Syria and Phoenicia; and that the garriso
SEG_57.1838   (178)   rs in Koile Syria and Phoenicia stand in need of app
Simonid_7.296   Cyprus, took a hundred Phoenician ships at sea with thei
THI_256   (264/3) countries and the country of Fenekhu . . .
THI_257   (243) two Retenu { Canaan / Phoenicia }, Syria, Cherek { Cilicia
THI_259   (217)   yrians and the land of the Phoenicians. They best
THI_61.D   (173-169)   ysios of Laodikeia in Phoenicia, the son of Dionysi
Vit:Lycoph_1   the rape of Io by the Phoenicians, which was the cause

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