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Phoenice (Latin: Syria Phoenice, Ancient Greek: ἡ Φοινίκη Συρία, romanized: hē Phoinī́kē Suría) was a province of the Roman Empire, encompassing the historical region of Phoenicia. It was officially created in 194 AD and after c. 400 it was divided into Phoenice proper or Phoenice Paralia, and Phoenice Libanensis, a division that persisted until the region was conquered by the Muslim Arabs in the 630s.

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  • Phoenice (Latin: Syria Phoenice, Ancient Greek: ἡ Φοινίκη Συρία, romanized: hē Phoinī́kē Suría) was a province of the Roman Empire, encompassing the historical region of Phoenicia. It was officially created in 194 AD and after c. 400 it was divided into Phoenice proper or Phoenice Paralia, and Phoenice Libanensis, a division that persisted until the region was conquered by the Muslim Arabs in the 630s.
  • Phoenice (Latin: Syria Phoenīcē Latin: [ˈsʏ.ri.a pʰoe̯ˈniː.ke]; Koinē Greek: ἡ Φοινίκη Συρία, romanized: hē Phoinī́kē Syría Koine Greek: [(h)e̝ pʰyˈni.ke̝ syˈri.a]) was a province of the Roman Empire, encompassing the historical region of Phoenicia. It was officially created in 194 AD and after c. 400 it was divided into Phoenice proper or Phoenice Paralia, and Phoenice Libanensis, a division that persisted until the region was conquered by the Muslim Arabs in the 630s.
  • Phoenice (Latin: Syria Phoenīcē Latin: [ˈsʏ.ri.a pʰoe̯ˈniː.ke]; Koinē Greek: ἡ Φοινίκη Συρία, romanized: hē Phoinī́kē Syría Koine Greek: [(h)e̝ pʰyˈni.ke̝ syˈri.a]) was a province of the Roman Empire, encompassing the historical region of Phoenicia. It was officially created in 194 AD and after c. 400. Phoenice Syria was divided into Phoenice proper or Phoenice Paralia, and Phoenice Libanensis, a division that persisted until the region was conquered by the Muslim Arabs in the 630s.
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  • Phoenice (Latin: Syria Phoenice, Ancient Greek: ἡ Φοινίκη Συρία, romanized: hē Phoinī́kē Suría) was a province of the Roman Empire, encompassing the historical region of Phoenicia. It was officially created in 194 AD and after c. 400 it was divided into Phoenice proper or Phoenice Paralia, and Phoenice Libanensis, a division that persisted until the region was conquered by the Muslim Arabs in the 630s.
  • Phoenice (Latin: Syria Phoenīcē Latin: [ˈsʏ.ri.a pʰoe̯ˈniː.ke]; Koinē Greek: ἡ Φοινίκη Συρία, romanized: hē Phoinī́kē Syría Koine Greek: [(h)e̝ pʰyˈni.ke̝ syˈri.a]) was a province of the Roman Empire, encompassing the historical region of Phoenicia. It was officially created in 194 AD and after c. 400 it was divided into Phoenice proper or Phoenice Paralia, and Phoenice Libanensis, a division that persisted until the region was conquered by the Muslim Arabs in the 630s.
  • Phoenice (Latin: Syria Phoenīcē Latin: [ˈsʏ.ri.a pʰoe̯ˈniː.ke]; Koinē Greek: ἡ Φοινίκη Συρία, romanized: hē Phoinī́kē Syría Koine Greek: [(h)e̝ pʰyˈni.ke̝ syˈri.a]) was a province of the Roman Empire, encompassing the historical region of Phoenicia. It was officially created in 194 AD and after c. 400. Phoenice Syria was divided into Phoenice proper or Phoenice Paralia, and Phoenice Libanensis, a division that persisted until the region was conquered by the Muslim Arabs in the 630s.
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