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English: Statuette of a child with a Phoenician inscription on its socle that reads "This statuette was given by Baalshillem, son of king Banaa, king of the Sidonians, son of king Baalshillem, king of the Sidonians, to his lord Eshmun of the spring Yd[l]al. May he bless him" Marble, Sanctuary of Eshmun - Bustan esh Sheikh (near Sidon), 5th c. B.C.
Date September 9, 2009
(23 March 2009 (first version); 26 September 2009 (last version))
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transfer was stated to be made by User:Lucien leGrey.
(Original text : Work of Elie plus, shot with cellphone, without flash as per the National Museum of Beirut regulations)
Author Eli +. Original uploader was Elie plus at en.wikipedia
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