6 edition of The Mystical Sacrifice of the Phoenicians found in the catalog.
December 31, 2005
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||48|
This book covers a period of some twelve hundred years, from the Late Bronze Age ( B.C.) to the Persian period ( B.C.). Dr. Glenn E. Markoe sets out what is known of the Phoenicians' complex history, culture, trading and political relationships, art, religion and language/5. The religion of the Phoenicians involved statues and other pictorial representations of their deities, as well as the practice of human sacrifice and ritual prostitution (both male and female). As such it was roundly condemned by Moses (Lev 18), Elijah (1 Kings 18 ; 19), and the later Heb. prophets (Jer ).
Phoenicia was an ancient civilization composed of independent city-states located along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea stretching through what is now Syria, Lebanon and northern Phoenicians were a great maritime people, known for their mighty ships adorned with horses’ heads in honor of their god of the sea, Yamm, the brother of Mot, the god of : Joshua J. Mark. The Mulekites And The Phoenician Connection. The Book of Mormon also introduces us to a much earlier culture known as the Jaredites who left Babylonia sometime between the 19 th and 20 th centuries BC from the Tower of Babel. Because of the brevity of the Book of Mormon text regarding these people, little has been written about them in comparison to the Nephites.
The Phoenician Religion, as in many other ancient cultures, was an inseparable part of everyday such as Baal, Astarte, and Melqart had temples built in their name, offerings and sacrifices were regularly made to them, royalty performed as their high priests, and even ships carried their representations. Influenced by their predecessors and neighbours, the Phoenicians would spread. The ancient Phoenicians are known to perform human sacrifice, however this article is riddled with inaccuracies. The most important thing that this article has gotten wrong is that all descriptions of human sacrifice are latter day inventions, written at least years after the discontinuation of the human sacrifices.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Rev. Robert Taylor. "The mystical sacrifice of the Phoenicians had these requisites, that a prince was to offer it; and his only son was to be the victim: and as I have shewn that this could not relate to any thing prior; let us consider what is said upon the subject, as future, and attend to the consequence.
Excavations in Zama, Tunis, reveal that the practice of sacrificing children by the Phoenicians is a myth. The myth was born in the Greco-Roman age with Diodoro Siculo. He made a claim that in B.C. the Carthaginians remembered that they did not honor their god Chronos with the annual sacrifice of children of noble families.
The content is equally excellent. Here the Phoenicians are described from their Canaanite origins to the ventures of Hannibal. A true civilization with character and identity, they were far more than the great navigators of antiquity.
The book clearly outlines everything from art Cited by: of the mystical sacrifice of the phŒnicians It was the custom among the ancients, in times of great calamity, in order to prevent the ruin of all, for the rulers of the city or nation to sacrifice to the avenging deities the most beloved of their children as the price of redemption: they who were devoted this purpose were offered mystically.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Mystical Sacrifice of the Phoenicians at nd: Rev Robert Taylor. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Mystical Sacrifice of the Phoenicians at The ancient Phoenician civilization, which thrived in the Mediterranean region in around BC, is still shrouded in mystery. Its people left few written records, but they are known The Mystical Sacrifice of the Phoenicians book have been expert navigators and some of the greatest traders in history - skills which brought them riches that were legendary.
Excavations have yielded skillfully crafted objects of gold and silver and. The Phoenicians were the late Canaanites of the first millennium B.C.E. (Iron Age through Roman period), descendants of the Canaanites of the second millennium B.C.E.
(Middle Bronze Age through Late Bronze Age). “Phoenicians” was the name given to this people by the Greeks, but the Phoenicians continued to refer to themselves as Canaanites.
The Phoenicians worshipped a triad of deities, each having different names and attributes depending upon the city in which they were worshipped, although their basic nature remained the same.
The primary god was El, protector of the universe, but often called Baal. The son, Baal or Melqart, symbolized the annual cycle of vegetation and was.
One of the great enigmas of the ancient world, the Phoenicians were both lauded and despised in antiquity. They were celebrated as learned scribes who passed on the modern alphabet, as skilled seafarers and explorers, and as gifted artisans and engineers. Historical sources show they were also perceived as unscrupulous profiteers and cheaters, and as a morally corrupt race of people who /5(2).
Here are some informative and useful books about the Phoenicians and the history of Phoenicia: Ancient Phoenicia: An Introduction, by Mark Woolmer. The Phoenicians and the West: Politics, Colonies and Trade, by Maria Eugenia Aubet. The Phoenician.
A good all-round introduction to the subject, though I still think there's a big gap for a good up-to-date general history of the Phoenicians; it is a fascinating topic. This book has served to begin my studying of the Phoenicians, and particularly their presence in the Iberian peninsular/5.
The individuality of the Phoenicians was dwindling, and with the rise of Greek naval and maritime power the importance of the Phoenicians disappeared. They were, however, able in the 4th cent.
BC to offer serious resistance to Alexander the Great, who took Tyre only after a long and hard siege (– BC). Phoenician Secrets: Exploring the Ancient Mediterranean. Phoenician coin. The mysterious Phoenicians and the ancient Mediterranean are experienced in richer detail than ever before in this well researched and intriguing narrative.
Instead of seeing darkness in the years before classical Greece, we now see glimmers of light revealing a continuous parade of remarkable societies, great leaders. The sacrifice was by burning, the victim being placed in the arms of the statue of the god, heated for the purpose. In Phoenicia this god was Melqarth, or Molech, and the custom is denounced in the Old Testament (Leviticus ), but other gods were also honored in this way.
EUSEBIUS [The Preparation of the Gospel,and ], has preserved a fragment of a Greek translation of Sanchoniatho, which mentions a mystical sacrifice of the Phoenicians, wherein a prince in royal robes was the offerer, and his only son was to be the victim: this evidently was a tradition derived from Abraham's offering, and handed down.
One of the most debated questions in the study of the ancient world is whether or not the Carthaginians practiced human sacrifice—more specifically, the sacrifice of infants.
Recent studies have provided comprehensive evidence that the Carthaginians really did sacrifice their own children. Phoenician Secrets: Exploring the Ancient Mediterranean. Phoenician coin. The Phoenicians in Lebanon and the ancient Mediterranean are explored in rich detail in this deeply researched and fascinating narrative.
Rather than seeing darkness in the years prior to classical Greece, we now see lights shining on remarkable societies, great leaders and epic events. I think if you look at the human sacrifice cultures, most of them lie near the water and sailing plays a large role.
This applies to all the Mediterranean cultures, many of which practiced human sacrifice, including the Phoenicians and Hebrews (same people), Egyptians, Greeks, etc (all essentially the same people). We see it today, : Ancient-Origins.
Phoenicia, ancient region corresponding to modern Lebanon, with adjoining parts of modern Syria and Israel. Its inhabitants, the Phoenicians, were notable merchants, traders, and colonizers of the Mediterranean in the 1st millennium BCE.
The chief cities of .The Phoenicians of Carthage were reputed to practise child sacrifice, and though the scale of sacrifices may have been exaggerated by ancient authors for political or religious reasons, there is archaeological evidence of large numbers of children's skeletons buried in association with sacrificial animals.
Ancient Carthaginians really did sacrifice their children A collaborative paper by academics from institutions across the globe, including Oxford University, suggests that Carthaginian parents ritually sacrificed young children as an offering to the gods.