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    • The first foreign colonizers were the Phoenicians, who initially established colonies and founded various emporiums on the coasts of Sicily and Sardinia.Italy-Wikipedia
    • Several cities were founded along the coast by Phoenicians, and trading outposts and colonies were established by Greeks in the East.Spain-Wikipedia
    • The first foreign colonizers were the Phoenicians, who initially founded various emporiums on the coasts of Sicily and Sardinia.Italy-Wikipedia
    • Baekje was a great maritime power; its nautical skill, which made it the Phoenicia of East Asia, was instrumental in the dissemination of Buddhism throughout East Asia and continental culture to Japan.South Korea-Wikipedia
    • An independent centre of civilization with trading links to Phoenicia was established by Phoenicians from Tyre on the north-west African coast at Carthage.Africa-Wikipedia
    • The Red Sea, one of the main trade routes in Antiquity, was explored by Egyptians and Phoenicians during the last two millennia BCE.Indian Ocean-Wikipedia

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