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Find Your New SEAT:. November 4, 2013. Booklet Project Deadline Extended to 11/19/13 Fieldtrip Money and Forms due by FRIDAY. Find Your New SEAT:. November 4, 2013. Booklet Project Deadline Extended to 11/19/13 Fieldtrip Money and Forms due by FRIDAY. Find Your New SEAT:. November 4, 2013.

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November 4 2013

Find Your New SEAT:

November 4, 2013

Booklet Project Deadline Extended to 11/19/13

Fieldtrip Money and Forms due by FRIDAY


November 4 20131

Find Your New SEAT:

November 4, 2013

Booklet Project Deadline Extended to 11/19/13

Fieldtrip Money and Forms due by FRIDAY


November 4 20132

Find Your New SEAT:

November 4, 2013

Booklet Project Deadline Extended to 11/19/13

Fieldtrip Money and Forms due by FRIDAY


The Phoenicians established a trade empire, and colonies throughout the Mediterranean.

They traded several goods including glass and lumber.

Their most important product was Tyrian purple, a dye made from boiling the Murex snail.

This purple dye was very difficult and expensive to produce. It was very valuable to the rich.

Murex snail


The Phoenicians spread their alphabet throughout the Mediterranean

Their alphabet consisted of 22 letters, it did not have vowels.

Unlike many early alphabets which were made of pictograms, the Phoenician alphabet was phonic (based on sound). These sounds could be assembled to make words.

The Greeks eventually adopted this alphabet, which influenced the Latin Alphabet which we use today.


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