The Phoenicians invented the alphabet and modern navigation and introduced wine to Europe. But after the sacking of Carthage by the Romans in 146BC and the destruction of their famous library, the world was left with very little evidence of their life and culture. The Greeks and Romans described them as a morally corrupt race who forcibly prostituted their daughters and killed their own young to win favor with their violent Gods.
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