It is well known that it is the victors who write history. What did they write about the Phoenicians?
Historians documented that the Phoenicians were known as good "mariners and merchants". Between admiration and jealousy, praise and criticism, the Phoenicians were recognized as pacifists.
Motivated by adventure and exploration, profit and commerce, creating new relationships and expanding their knowledge, Phoenicians have traveled the antique world to nurture their curiosity, market and exchange their products, search for others, especially the raw material for their handicrafts. (Read More ...)