John Grainger's The Hellenistic Phoenicia

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Then second book of John Grainger 's the Hellenistic Phoenicia follows interesting closely on the heels of his first, The Cities of Seleukid Syria and distribute with the same region and the same time. Both of them distribute with the influence of Graeco-Macedonian expansion into the Near-East. Although in his earlier Grainger’s book distributed with the forcing of an completely new Graeco-Macedonian urban network on Syria, in his second book he explains the way which the cities of Phoenicia, which existed and partook of a different culture before the appearance of Alexander, survived through Macedonian conquest and Ptolemaic and Seleucid rule. In Cologne time the Jews were guarded by some who are not Hebrews after violence they
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