On Ships, The
Skilled crews roles Men from Sidon and Arvad did the rowing,and your own skilled workers were the captains. Experienced men from Byblos repaired any damages. Sailors from all over shopped at the stores in your port.
Brave soldiers from Persia,Lydia, and Libya served in your navy,protecting you with shields and helmets,and making you famous. Your guards came from Arvad and Cilicia,and men from Gamad stood watch in your towers. With their weapons hung on your walls, your beauty was complete.
Skilled crews roles.
Merchants from southern Spain traded silver, iron, tin, and lead for your products. The people of Greece, Tubal, and Meshech traded slaves and things made of bronze, and those from Beth-Togarmah traded work horses, war horses, and mules.
You also did business with people
from Rhodes, and people from nations along the coast gave you ivory and ebony in exchange for your goods.
Edom traded emeralds, purple cloth, embroidery, fine linen, coral, and rubies. Judah and Israel gave you their finest wheat, fancy figs, honey, olive oil, and spices in exchange for your merchandise. Skilled crews roles.
The people of Damascus saw
what you had to offer and brought you wine from Helbon and wool from Zahar. Vedan and Javan near Uzal traded you iron and spices. The people of Dedan supplied you with saddle blankets, while people from Arabia and the rulers of Kedar traded lambs, sheep, and goats. Skilled crews roles,
Merchants from Sheba and Raamah gave you excellent spices, precious stones, and gold in exchange for your products. You also did business with merchants from the cities of Haran, Canneh, Eden, Sheba, Asshur, and Chilmad, and they gave you expensive clothing, purple and embroidered cloth, brightly colored rugs, and strong rope. Large, seagoing ships carried your goods wherever they needed to go.
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