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The Murex d'Or (also known as the Golden Murex award) is a Lebanese award created by Lebanese physicians, Zahi and Fadi Helou to recognize achievements in the domain of art in Lebanon, the Arab region and the world. The first Murex d'Or ceremony took place on June 4, 2000. The name of the award is a tribute to Phoenician Murex which was used to dye cloth in imperial Tyrian purple.
Awards by year and category
The seventh Murex d'Or ceremony took place in the Salle des Ambassadeurs on May 5, 2007.
The event was held also at the Salle des Ambassadeurs on June 20, 2008.
The event was held at the same place on June 19, 2009
- Murex D'Or. "Murex D'or Official Website". MurexDOr. Retrieved 2009-10-04.