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13 Responses to “Contact”

  1. John J says:

    Thank you for the website. Before all the religeous arguments, before all the short-sightedness and the stupid bigotry going on these days, it’s great we have an unbiased collection of our history. It is a rare find. For centuries, our origin has been misunderstood and pretty much cast aside, when in fact, its contributes to todays societies are more profound than people even know.

  2. Dr Shiraz Aslam says:

    Dear sir,

    I was shocked and completely taken aback when i read quite a few phonesian, aramaic and akkadian words. these were the same as in my language of urdu and punjabi.

    Is there a written dictionay of phonesian, aramaic and akkadian i can buy from somewhere becuase this is astonishing to find out where the roots of your language lead you to.

    Regards,

    shiraz

  3. JK says:

    AMAZING WORK!
    LOVED IT!

  4. Nathan W. Canaan says:

    My grandfather, Naheem Canaan,came to the USA around 1900. I always wondered what our origin was. He married Anne Helo, who was born to Ellen Salmouny, from Lebanon, and Elias George Helo from Syria.

    Best Regards, Nathan W. Canaan

  5. wilian says:

    I have a question? I want to know what roll did a son play in the home back on the cannanites time. and did the son had as much authority as the father? how can i find out this things. would you please help me.

  6. Karl B. says:

    This is a great website, and it is extremely useful. Keep up the good work!

  7. poul says:

    great site!

    it’s amazing how close is modern hebrew to phoenician, i am going through the dictionary, and almost all the words are the same.

  8. Lebanos says:

    Another great work to understand ourselves.

    Why a dagger in the site’s logo? Is there a story behind it?

    Hopefully, I would like to see a clear comparison between what is Phoenician and what is Canaanite, or is it the same people, civilization?

  9. Ghassan says:

    Love the dictionary. It is illuminating. I couldn’t stop reading.

  10. Ziad Merhi says:

    Man,

    It’s just amazing. I now understand this when a friend of mine told me we do not speak arabic. I thought he didn’t know what he was saying. That is why. Now it all makes sense. Great work.

  11. Mikael Franzén says:

    Thank you for this website.Great work! I will return to read more.

  12. Zahi Hamdan says:

    This is great information. Mat3oom is Phoenician! My father will be amazed with this information. By the way, not all words in the dictionary you see them in Phoenician fonts.

    Great work.

  13. Foreigner says:

    I have been reading The Purple Empire and find your website an excellent supplement to what I have read. The Phoenicians are an incredible people, one of the three bravest peoples of the ancient world. Where would our alphabet be without the Phoenician script? Where from would our modern concept of mercantilism over vast distances derive, without the Phoenician touch? To think, that I would not even be writing this message right now, were it not for them.

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