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Ancient Greeks 412G6P-hbRL._BO01,224,223,220_ ... books?id=xB1HAAAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&img=1&zoom=1&source=gbs_api The Phoenician History of Philo of Byblos: A Commentary by A.I. ...

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Reshef/Reshpu
A Syrian war and thunder god, always depicted with raised weapons, wearing the White Crown of Upper Egypt with a streamer flowing from the top. At the base of the crown is either a complete head of a gazelle or just the horns. In the Pyramid Texts mentioned...
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Hermopolitan traditions in Philo Byblius' Phoenician History
in which Philo livecLThis new «key» does not, however, exclude the problem of the sources.
Anguine Iconography in the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum
important that Philo of Byblos, about the time of the Gospels, published these ideas con- For the Greek and translation see Attridge - Oden, Philo of Byblos, pp.
AROL 231 Ancient Near Eastern Religions Syllabus Instructor
Attridge, H. and Oden, R. Philo of Byblos.
Canaanite/Ugaritic Mythology
Goddess), fragments of the Phoenician History of Philo of Byblos, and the writings of. Damasacius remain to describe the beliefs of the people of the area.
KOTHAR, KINYRAS, AND KYTHEREIA1
4 Philo of Byblos in Jacoby no. 790, frag. 2 §3} — Eusebius, Praeparutio.

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Answering Canaan
That way, God is seen to be contradictory. So the first source we can turn to regarding the Canaanites and their practises, is a relatively contemporary one from Philo of Byblos. He was working from the Ugaritic materials of the time.

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Philo of Byblos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Philo of Byblos (or Herennius Philon; c. 64-141 CE) was an antiquarian writer of grammatical, lexical and historical works in Greek.
The Phoenician history of Philo of Byblos: a - Google Books
The Phoenician History of Philo of Byblos: A Commentary. By ai BAUMGARTEN. Pp.
Amazon.com: Philo of Byblos : The Phoenician History
Text: English, Greek (translation). Product Details.
Philo of Byblos (ancient author) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
All information about him is derived from the works of Philo of Byblos (flourished ad 100).
Phoenician Creation Story

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