Hannibal of Barca,Carthage, Anatolia, Phoenicia

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Black Carthagians, canaanites,Phoenicians(sidonians),Minoans, Egyptians, Kushites all sons of ham

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Inlaid ivory panel of a lioness devouring a boy - Phoenician, century BC, From the palace of Ashurnasirpal II, Nimrud, northern Iraq - British Museum - Highlight image Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Civilizations, British Museum, Ancient World History, Art History, Ancient Near East, Ancient Artifacts, Historical Artifacts, Orient

Art and Empire: Treasures From Assyria in the British Museum

The Lioness and the African. Phoenician, 899–700 B.C. From Nimrud, North-West Palace, well in Room MM. Ivory, gold leaf, lapis lazuli, cornelian. H 10.35 cm, W 10.2 cm, max. D 2.45 cm. The Trustees of the British Museum. ME 127412. © The Trustees of the British Museum 2008. All rights reserved. Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Coins showing Sidonian and minoan kings,bottom one is Hannibal of barca a carthagian general. Phoenician, Minoan, Carthage, Egyptian, Coins, Coining, Rooms, Cartago

Coins showing Sidonian and minoan kings,bottom one is Hannibal of barca a carthagian general.

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