Libanus   - in ancient sources @

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  Libanus   - a mountain range in Phoenicia, the modern Mount Lebanon
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Aelian:NA_5.56 ghest mountains, on Amanus, on Libanus, and on Carmel. And
Euseb]:Chron_87 of the highest peaks of the Libanus mountains. Some men
Euseb]:Chron_115 mountain which is called Libanus, and sent it to him for
Euseb]:Chron_117 from the mountain called Libanus, and got timber of cedar
Joseph:AJ_12.141 countries, and out of Libanus tax free; and the same
Joseph:AJ_13.427 of raising an army from Libanus and Trachonitis, and the
Joseph:AJ_14.126 of Chalcis, under Mount Libanus, took his brethren to him
Joseph:AJ_14.129 Sohemus, who dwelt at Mount Libanus, and almost all the
Joseph:AJ_14.452 when he came to Mount Libanus, he received about eight
Joseph:BJ_01.185 ruler of Chalcis, under Libanus, took his brethren to him
Joseph:BJ_01.188 of the inhabitants of Libanus, Ptolemy, and Jamblicu
Joseph:BJ_01.329 and was gone as far as Libanus, he got him eight hundred

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