Annotated Bibliography

Primary sources


Holst, Sanford. Phoenicians. N.p.: Cambridge and Boston Press, [2005?].


This was an excellent source that was found, and supplied ample information. Phoenicians by Stanford Holst was used in The Phoenicians section.

 


Secondary sources

 

AlJazeeraEnglish. "Lebanon geneticists trace link to Phoenicians - 22 Nov 08." 22 Nov. 2008. 5 Feb. 2009 <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvlIrWk9utI>.

 

This video was used on The Phoenicians page.


Di Piazza, Francesca Davis. “Phoenicians and Romans.” Morocco in Pictures. Visual Geography Ser. 2. N.p.: Twenty-First Century Books, n.d. 21.


The book cited here was used in the Interesting Facts page. It told about how the Phoenicians were connected to the Moroccans. It is used in the Interesting Facts page.


Khalaf, Salim George. Phoenician Encyclopedia. 2008.  2 Nov. 2008 <http://www.phoenicia.org/>.


This web site was used for pictures and information about Phoenicia in The Phoenicians section.


Harden, Donald. The Phoenicians. Ed. Glyn Daniel. Ancient Peoples and Places ser. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, n.d.


This book is to be used in The Phoenicians section of the web site. It will supply information on Carthage and Tyre, the two leading cities of Phoenicia.



Moscati, Sabatino. The World of the Phoenicians. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, n.d.


The World of the Phoenicians book was used in the Land section of the web site. It supplied information about animals that lived in Phoenicia, along with plant and land information.



Odijk, Pamela. The Phoenicians. N.p.: Silver Burdett Press, n.d.


The Phoenicians by Pamela Odijk told about the land, plants, and animals around Phoenicia, Phoenician art, Food, Medicine, clothes and more. It was used on every page in the website.

“Phoenicia.” HowsStuffWorks.com. 27 Feb. 08.  6 Nov. 2008
<http://history.howstuffworks.com/asian-history/phoenicia.htm>.


This told about an interesting fact that links today with the past, the time of the Phoenician empire. This web site will be used in the interesting facts section.



“The Phoenicians.” International Web History Project. Ed. R. A. Guisepi. 2006.  5 Nov. 2008 <http://history-world.org/phoenicians.htm>.


This web project provided history information. This web project will be used in The Phoenicians page.



“The Phoenicians.” Mount Lebanon. Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church.  4 Nov. 2008 <http://www.mountlebanon.org/histphoenicians.html>.


This web site will be used in The Phoenicians page of the web site. It will be used to explain general information about Phoenicia.



Winder, Viola H. The Land and People of Lebanon. Portraits of the Nations Ser. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, n.d.


This book was used in The Phoenicians section of the web site.

Thesis

"The Phoenicians were ingenious traders, seafarers, and inventors, who made many contributions to society."