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What is the definition of "Phoenicia"

According to:


  • Author Conor MacDari in his book Irish Wisdom Preserved In Bible And Pyramids

The river of Rome, the Tiber, also bears an Irish name. It derives its name from Tubber, the Irish word for a well or spring of water. Hence, the Tiber is the "Spring Water River." As the poet Longfellow truly says, "Their names are on your waters and ye may not wash them out". View Book Page