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Beirut is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the Middle East, and archaeological excavations have over the years uncovered remains dating to various periods of its occupation. The ancient city of Beirut was restricted mainly to the current downtown area. Although some historical remains had been exposed earlier, the most significant archaeological work in … More Discover Beirut – Part I: Visible Archaeology
Many Châteaux’s and monasteries across modern Lebanon are renowned for their sprawling vineyards and tasty wines, but the tradition of wine-making in this land goes a long way back and a recent archaeological project has now uncovered the earliest evidence for it. … More Winemaking in Ancient Phoenicia