Phoenicians Spread Trade and Civilization. About 1100 B.C., after Crete’s decline, the most powerful traders along the Mediterranean were the Phoenicians. Phoenicia was mainly an area now known as Lebanon . Phoenicians never united into a country.
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The Mediterranean that sometimes competed with one another.Phoenicianswere remarkable shipbuilders and seafarers.
Some scholars believe that the Phoenicians traded for tin with the inhabitants of the Southern coast of Britain.
As merchants, the Phoenicians needed a way of recording transactions clearly and quickly.
So, the Phoenicians developed a writing system that used symbols to represent sounds.Phoenicia’s Great Legacy: the Alphabet