Phoenician traders in Africa
|Caption||The Story of Africa: Migrant Peoples and Africa. Using the old Saharan desert routes, the Phoenicians took wine, olive oil, pottery, linen, wool and cloth and exchanged it for gold, ivory and skins. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 327 (20 April 1968).|
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|Keywords||Bronze Age Mediterranean Sea Phoenicians Sidon Tyre Syria boats sailing dolphins natives market wine olive oil pottery linin wool cloth gold ivory skins tusks jugs spears clothing Sahara Desert|
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