Definitions for "Phoenician"
An adjective meaning "characteristic of the Phoenician people." The Phoenicians (called "phoinikes" by the Greeks, "Poeni" by the Romans and "Canaanites" by the Hebrews) were a people, organized into independent city states, occupying the Mediterranean coast from modern Syria southward into Lebanon and Galilee. The archaeological record indicates that they were already present in that area during the 2000s BC, and they remained an independent and influential culture until they were absorbed and integrated into Greek culture during the Hellenistic period. The Phoenicians were great seafarers and traders and they established trading and farming communities throughout the Mediterranean. The most famous of these colonies is Carthage. Bibliography: OCD, s.v. "Phoenicians"
a member of an ancient Semitic people of northwestern Syria who dominated the trade of the ancient world in the first millenium b.C. and founded colonies throughout the Mediterranean
Likely the first true alphabet, developed by the Phenician Semites in the modern area of Lebanon at about 1,000 B.C.; consisted of 22 consonants.
Keywords:  pocus, hocus, soul, grids, entity
an entity that does not play hocus pocus with setting up grids within soul levels