What did Phoenician merchants sell in foreign countries?

All goods sold by Phoenician merchants were related to crafts. Cedar and oak forests provided timber. Vineyards – wine. The inhabitants were engaged in fishing and making olive oil. They produced jewelry, figurines, and vessels. These were all sold to merchants in foreign countries.

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