Lebanon in History from the Earliest Times to the Present

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
The cedars of LebanonFrontispiece
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Mount Hermon on the present-day Lebanese-Syrian frontier17
Fish fossils from Lebanon, Upper Cretaceous period22
Implements from the Old Stone Age43
Teeth and jaws of prehistoric animals45
Implements from the Middle Stone Age49
Neolithic objects found at Ra's Beirut54
Bronze toggle pins found in Lebanon and Syria58
Skeleton of a Chalcolithic man59
The oldest documented relic of the cedar of Lebanon69
A royal bracelet from Byblus72
A royal pendentive from Byblus74
Earliest representations of Asiaticsfacing74
A pectoral bearing the cartouche of Amenemhet III75
Obverse of a Tell al-'Amārinah tablet85
Relief of Ramses II at the Dog River side by side with that of the Assyrian Esarhaddon90
Air view of Tyre98
A jug of fine buff with a trefoil beak and a light brown slip101
A jug of light red ware belonging to the Early Iron Age102
An Early Iron Age bowl from Cyprus103
A royal collar in gold repoussé found in Tomb III, Byblus104
Canaanite maiden of the twelfth or thirteenth century105
Canaanite tribute bearers, from a Thebes tomb108
Shell of the Murex Trunculus, which yielded the purple dye109
Phoenician bireme112
A table of alphabets, including Ra's al-Shamrah cuneiform123
The Aḥīrām inscription of Byblus, ca. 1000 B.C.124
Aḥīrām sarcophagus125
The source of Nahr Ibrāhīm at Afqah129
The Baal (Aliyan) of Ugarit (Ra's al-Shamrah)137
Nahr al-Kalb at its mouth146
The so-called sarcophagus of Alexander164

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