User:Elie plus

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             I'm a 33 years old editor from Lebanon, I'm passionate about Levantine history and usually focus on Lebanese culture and heritage articles.

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  1. Adonis flammea
  2. Johrenia
  3. Wishes (Rhodes album)
  4. Ornithogalum libanoticum
  5. Myopordon pulchellum
  6. Parthenote‎
  7. Sorbus graeca
  8. Scorzonera libanotica
  9. Patricius (jurist)
  10. Dianthus libanotis
  11. Dianthus pendulus
  12. Alchemilla diademata
  13. Lathyrus libani
  14. Cotoneaster nummularius
  15. YInMn blue
  16. Maronitism
  17. Naoum Mokarzel
  18. Great Famine of Mount Lebanon
  19. Acantholimon libanoticum
  20. Ernest Christophe
  21. Ghosta, Lebanon
  22. Aldrete's scoring system
  23. Mazraat Es Siyad
  24. Ziziphopra capitata
  25. Ziziphora
  26. Daoud Corm
  27. Mechitharine
  28. Davis-Beirut reaction
  29. Mandaloun
  30. Nazira Jumblatt
  31. Prunus microcarpa
  32. Prunus ursina
  33. List of plants of Lebanon
  34. Salix libani
  35. Allium libani
  36. Rhamnus libanotica
  37. Origanum libanoticum
  38. Arceuthobium oxycedri
  39. Ferial Karim
  40. Geranium libani
  41. Manouk Avedisian
  42. Petit Serail
  43. Ajaltoun
  44. Puits d'amour
  45. John Rufus
  46. Triphyllius
  47. Scholia Sinaitica
  48. Law School of Beirut
  49. Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Beirut
  50. Orthodox Archdiocese of Beirut
  51. Harutyun (given name)
  52. Zuqaq al-Blat
  53. Ziade Palace
  54. Saint Louis Des Capucins
  55. Myriam Klink
  56. Pine Residence
  57. List of rivers of Lebanon
  58. Marco Augusto Dueñas
  59. Robert Mouawad Private Museum
  60. Fritillaria acmopetala
  61. Viola libanotica
  62. Shmuel Moreh
  63. Bodashtart
  64. Elias Abu Shabaki
  65. Cheers, to Those Who Stay
  66. Bellevue Medical Center
  67. Mashrou' Leila
  68. Cross of All Nations
  69. Saint George Maronite Cathedral, Beirut
  70. Palm Islands Nature Reserve
  71. Lion Tower
  72. Eulamius
  73. Yanouh_(disambiguation)
  74. Awali (river)
  75. Beit Beirut
  76. Rafik Hariri University Hospital
  77. Pierre Zalloua
  78. Marie-Alphonsine Danil Ghattas
  79. Mount Lebanon Mutasarrifate
  80. Green Party of Lebanon
  81. Beirut Souks
  82. Murex d'or
  83. Athletics at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie
  84. Judo at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie
  85. Quercus libani
  86. Orchis tridentata
  87. List of caves in Lebanon
  88. Ministry of Justice (Lebanon)
  89. Mseilha Fort
  90. Usekh collar
  91. Ecole Supérieure des Affaires
  92. Archaeology in Lebanon
  93. Micrite
  94. Henry Seyrig
  95. Elie Mitri
  96. Sæthryth
  97. National Organization for Organ and Tissues Donation and Transplantation (Lebanon)
  98. Maronite mummies
  99. Youssef Aftimus
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culture of Lebanon
Thank you, proud Kafir, for quality articles on Lebanese culture, history and people, such as Law school of Beirut and Temple of Eshmun, National Museum of Beirut and Elias Abu Shabaki, for gnomish work in categories, assessment and page moves, - you are an awesome Wikipedian!

siyne mi pozt: --Gerda Arendt (talk) 11:08, 6 December 2013 (UTC)


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For your contributions to bring Law School of Beirut to Good Article status. Thanks, and keep up the good work! -- Khazar2 (talk) 11:38, 1 July 2013 (UTC)

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From article writing to leadership and community organizing. Your contributions are invaluable to WikiProject Lebanon. Mnation2 (talk) 03:29, 28 November 2009 (UTC)

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For all your hard work getting Eshmun Temple up to FA - well done! Simon Burchell (talk) 23:26, 15 September 2010 (UTC)

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Astarte's throne at the Eshmun temple

The Temple of Eshmun is an ancient place of worship dedicated to Eshmun, the Phoenecian god of healing. It is located near the Awali river, 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) northeast of Sidon in southwestern Lebanon. The site was occupied from the 7th century BCE to the 8th century CE, suggesting an integrated relationship with the nearby city of Sidon. Although originally constructed by Sidonian king Eshmunazar II in the Achaemenid era(c. 529–333 BCE) to celebrate the city's recovered wealth and stature, the temple complex was greatly expanded by Bodashtart, Yatan-milk and later monarchs. The sanctuary consists of an esplanade and a grand court limited by a hugelimestone terrace wall that supports a monumental podium which was once topped by Eshmun's Graeco-Persian stylemarble temple. The Eshmun Temple declined and fell into oblivion as paganism was overrun by Christianity and its large limestone blocks were used to build later structures. The temple site was rediscovered in 1900 by local treasure hunters who stirred the curiosity of international scholars. Maurice Dunand, a French archaeologist, thoroughly excavated the site from 1963 until the beginning of the Lebanese Civil War in 1975. After the end of the hostilities and the retreat of Israel from South Lebanon, the site was rehabilitated and inscribed to the World Heritage Site tentative list. (more...)

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Thanks chief! :) JAR (talk) 23:30, 5 October 2011 (UTC)

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i appreciate your contribution in wikipedia as a lebanese volunteer. i am a new member here, i love to have you as a friend and to cooperate with you for the best of our country.

thank you for your work... Johnny 9 0 (talk) 14:17, 21 December 2011 (UTC)

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you deserve it Fidel 22:49, 8 January 2012 (UTC)

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Thanks for creating the new List of rivers of Lebanonarticle, and for working to improve Wikipedia. It is appreciated. Northamerica1000(talk) 06:31, 12 February 2012 (UTC)