A map of Phoenicia. This map depicts the borders of ancient Phoenicia, a many of its cities, the most important of which were Tyre, Sidon, and Biblos. The arrangement of cities along the Mediterranean displays the importance of the sea to the Phoenicians.
Greek gods and their Roman counterparts. Roman gods and goddesses, as compared to their lively Greek counterparts, lacked personality, were never seen in human form, and were concerned with civic duty.