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Phoenicia was an ancient civilization centered in the north of Canaan in parts of present day Lebanon, Syria and Israel.
Phoenicia or Phoenician may also refer to:
- Phoenician language, a language spoken in ancient Phoenicia
- Phoenician alphabet, the alphabet of the Phoenician language
- Phoeniciology, the archaeological study of ancient Phoenicia
- Phoenicianism, a form of Lebanese nationalism that promotes the concept that Lebanese people descend from Phoenician and not Arab roots
- The adjectival form for any of the possible meanings of Phoenix, especially as a demonym; see Phoenix (disambiguation)
- Lebanon, a Western Asian country and home to ancient Phoenicia
- Beirut Phoenicians Rugby Club, a rugby union club in Lebanon
- Phoenicia (periodical), a Montreal-based Lebanese / pan-Arab publication, weekly now monthly
- Finike, a Turkish district historically named Phoenicus
- Phoenicia, New York, a New York village
- Phoenicia Railroad Station, a train station in Phoenicia, New York
- Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel, a 5 star hotel located in Beirut
- List of Phoenician cities
- Phoenecia, originally known as Soul Oddity, a music duo with own releases. They also formed Schematic Records
- Phoenice, a Greek city in what is now Albania
- Phoenice (Roman province), Roman imperial province encompassing ancient Phoenicia
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