Phoenician Idol
Phoenician votive.jpg

Origin

Phoenicia

Type

Stone Idol

Effects

Fires created from dirt and sand

Downsides

Can cause massive amounts of damage

Activation

Proximity to earth and fire

Collected by

Warehouse 1

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

EE-133

Shelf

348126-4156-489

Date of Collection

332 BC

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Origin[edit | edit source]

The Phoenicians lived on the coastlines of the Mediterranean and were one of the leading maritime civilizations of their time, excelling in shipbuilding and trade. They also possessed one of the precursors to most modern day alphabets. Most of their civilization was grouped together as city-states like the ancient Greeks.

Effects[edit | edit source]

A large stone carving of an unfamiliar god from the city of Tyre which could ignite sand and dirt into earthly fire. Collected by Alexander the Great during the Siege of Tyre, where it was used against his armies.

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