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Phoenician patera

Phoenician patera.jpg ThumbnailsCyprian limestone group of Phoenician dancersThumbnailsCyprian limestone group of Phoenician dancersThumbnailsCyprian limestone group of Phoenician dancers

Phoenician patera, from Idalium, showing a religious ritual dance before a goddess in a temple around a sun emblem.
From the Phoenicians we have illustrated examples, but no record, whereas from their neighbours the Hebrews we have ample records in the Scriptures, but no illustrations.

Author
The Dance (by An Antiquary)
Historic Illustrations of Dancing from 3300 B.C. to 1911 A.D.
By Anonymous
Published in 1911
Available from www.gutenberg.org
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Dance
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