One of the major language families in the world spoken across parts Asia and Northern Africa, includes both Hebrew and Arabic as well as many others
god of the Ammonites and Phoenicians, worship involved child sacrifice.
The Phoenician's most prominent female deity, a goddess of fertility
the canaanite god of fertility, associated with storms and rain. He was the most prominent of the Canaanite gods and the one most often worshipped by the Israelites.
mutual; exchangeable; interacting
the most powerful members of a society
a deep crimson or purple dye produced chiefly by the Phoenicians and used by the ancient Greeks, Romans, and certain other Mediterranean peoples; was obtained from various shellfish; costly--possession of this purple cloth was evidence in ancient times of royalty or wealth
a power to affect persons or events especially power based on prestige etc
become similar to one's environment
set straight or make right;
to change or improve
1. a military post stationed at a distance from the main body of troops,
2. a station in a remote or sparsely populated location
the buying and selling of goods