|Lebanon Sites (16 - 30 of 34)|
Beirut Memorial On Line
Site dedicated to the US Marines, sailors and soldiers that are veterans of Lebanon.
Archaeology and History in Lebanon
An assembly of like-minded volunteers interested in protecting and promoting the rich cultural heritage of Lebanon.
National Geographic - The Genographic Project - The Phoenicians
A genetic study by a group of scientists, including the Lebanese Dr. Pierre Zalloua, aims to uncover the Phoenician legacy, their history and culture.
Includes information about gods and goddesses, institutions and practices, religious symbolism and related subject matter.
Memory at Work, Lebanon
A guide for Lebanese on peace and war
Carthaginian Law of Sacrifices, c. 400 BCE
Excerpts from a Carthaginian text, noting its similarity to Hebrew law. Provided by the Ancient History Sourcebook.
The Punic Wars
An extensive overview of Carthage and the three Punic Wars, from the History of Western Civilization course by Dr. E.L. Knox of Boise State University.
Les Pheniciens Website
Website dedicated to Phoenicians civilization. Information, history, languages, money, religions, gods, arts, alphabet, discoveries and more.
The Phoenician Experience
Summarizes research into the Phoenicians, their cedar ships and sea trade in the ancient Mediterranean, and their cities of Carthage, Byblos, Tyre and others in Phoenicia.
The Genographic Project - Wikipedia
Launched in 2005, by National Geographic and IBM, aims to map historical human migration patterns by collecting and analyzing DNA samples from people around the world. Team includes the Lebanese geneologist Dr. Pierre Zalloua.
Atlas Group Archives, Lebanon
A project established by Walid Raad to research and document the contemporary history of Lebanon.
Greater Lebanon - Wikipedia
Information about the State of Greater Lebanon, territory that was created by France and is the precursor of modern Lebanon. Existed between September 1920 till May 1926.
KET Distance Learning - Punic Wars
A retelling of the struggle between Rome and Carthage, from KET Distance Learning.
Who were the Phoenicians?
Summary of The National Geographic study, a genetic research done by the Lebanese Dr. Pierre Zalloua in order to explore the truth about the origin of the Phoenicians.
On the Constitution of Carthage
Text excerpted from a 1900 translation Aristotle's Politics of 340 BC provided by the Ancient History Sourcebook.