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Phoenician Kingdom. Northern Lebanon. Sarcophagus. It was ma Featured Sidon Print

Phoenician Kingdom. Northern Lebanon. Sarcophagus. It was ma

Phoenician Kingdom. Northern Lebanon. First millenium BC. Sarcophagus, which is made of marble from the Greek island of Paros, come from such a tomb. It was made by a Greek sculptor or a local craftsman trained in Greek style. Similar sarcophagi have mainly been found in the Royal city of Sidon to the south of Arados an in Phoenician colonies in the Western Mediterranean. 480-450 BC. National Museum of Denmark

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

A stray dog stands on a rubbish dump at the seafront in Sidon Featured Sidon Print

A stray dog stands on a rubbish dump at the seafront in Sidon

A stray dog stands on a rubbish dump at the seafront in Sidon, southern Lebanon, June 9, 2012. The dump, located near schools, hospitals and apartment blocks in Lebanon's third biggest city, has partially collapsed into the Mediterranean sea several times. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Attack on Sidon by Commodore Charles Napier, 26 September 1840 (c1857). Artist: George Greatbatch Featured Sidon Print

Attack on Sidon by Commodore Charles Napier, 26 September 1840 (c1857). Artist: George Greatbatch

Attack on Sidon by Commodore Charles Napier, 26 September 1840 (c1857). British, Turkish and Austrian ships bombarding Egyptian positions in the Lebanese port of Sidon during the Syrian War. The war broke out after Maronite Christians revolted against occupying Egyptian forces which had invaded Syria the previous year. The vessels depicted are the steam paddle frigates HMS Gorgon and HMS Stromboli, the 84 gun second rate HMS Thunderer, the 16 gun brig HMS Wasp, the Austrian frigate Guerriera and a Turkish corvette. From England's Battles by Sea and Land, volume III, by Lieutenant Colonel William Freke Williams, published by the London Printing and Publishing Company, 1857

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