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Tabuleiro de Xadrez e Gamão Cedro e MadrePérola Antigo. REF.00852

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  • Modelo: Tabuleiro de Xadrez - Gamão de Cedro e MadrePérola Antigo
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  • Características: Luxuoso tabuleiro, em madeira nobre Cedro com entalhes em)m madrepérola, aprox. 40cm.  Clássico. Trabalho artesanal. Sofisticado; dobravel formando caixa.
  • Caixa: Madeira Nobre, Cedro do Líbano, aprox. 40 cm (dobrada 20x40cm) Altura 4,7cm. Pintura preta esmaltada, com lindos detalhes claros e incrustraçoes em mosaico em MadrePérola
    Fundo: Preto, Branco, MadrePérola
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  • Comentários: Antigo, várias décadas (data não identificada). Oportunidade de adquirir uma linda peça decorativa com valor histórico. Como peça de antiquidade em estado original, tem alguns sinais de uso, nada significativo na parte frontal (xadrez), mas falta uma pequena parte da incrustração na parte interna (gamão).  Proveniência: Biblos, Líbano. O Cedro do Líbano é uma das mais importantes árvores do mundo
  • Acompanha : Sacola de Pano protetora, sacola de luxo, diferencial @webRelogio


·          Nota: em caso de envio pelo correio, não acompanha a Sacola de luxo. Para melhor avaliação, as fotos são parte da descriçao. As peças de xadrez não fazem parte desse lote (aquisição opcional separada)





Lebanese Antique Cedar Wood Chess and Backgammon Board Inlaid Mother Of Pearl
High Quality Handmade artistic antique; checker set Inlaid mother of Pearl

Shape: Square when open / Rectangular when closed

Size: Approximately 40 X 40 X 4,7 cm (open)

It is not just a souvenir gift. It is a real piece of artwork from the land of the famous Cedar Tree; piece handcrafted decades ago (date not determined).

Provenance: Antiquary in Byblos, Lebanon. The Lebanese Cedar is one of the most important woods of the world.

Notes: the status is very good, but as an antique there is some dings, and some inlaid is missing inside (gammon side). Chess pieces are not part of this lot (optional acquisition in separate)


Addition Information:


Byblos (ArabicJubayl ) is the largest city in the Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon. It is believed to have been first occupied between 8800 and 7000 BC and continuously inhabited since 5000 BC, making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Byblos appears as Kebny in Egyptian hieroglyphic records going back to the 4th-dynasty pharaoh Sneferu (fl. 2600 BC) and as Gubla  in the Akkadian cuneiform Amarna letters to the 18th-dynasty pharaohs Amenhotep III and IV. In the 1st millennium BC, its name appeared in Phoenician and Punic inscriptions as Gebal  in the Hebrew Bible as Geval ( and in Syriac as gbl. The name seems to derive from gb ( "well" and "god"), the latter a word that could variously refer to any of the Canaanite gods or to their leader in particular. The name thus seems to have meant the "Well of the God" or "Source of the God".

Its present Arabic name Jibayl  or Jbeil is a direct descendant of these earlier names, although apparently modified by a misunderstanding of the name as the triliteral root gbl or jbl, meaning "mountain". When the Arabic form of the name is used, it is typically rendered '''Jbeil''', '''Jbail''', or '''Jbayl''' in English. All of these, along with Byblos, are etymologically related. During the Crusades, this name appeared in European records as "Gibelet" and "Giblet". This name was used for Byblos Castle and its associated lordship.

The Phoenician city, known to the Greeks as Býblos (Βύβλος) and to the Romans as Byblus, was important for their import of papyrus from Egypt. The English word "Bible", ultimately deriving from the Greek words bíblos  and biblíon , may have originated with the Greeks' mispronunciation of the city or its Egyptian export.

In the 12th and 13th century Byblos became part of the County of Tripoli, a Crusader state connected to, but largely independent from, the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. As Gibelet or Giblet, it came under the rule of the Genoese Embriaco family, who created for themselves the Lordship of Gibelet. Their residence, the Crusader castle of Gibelet, along with the fortified town, served as an important military base for the Crusaders. The remains of the castle are among the most impressive architectural structures now visible in the town centre. The town was taken by Saladin in 1187, re-taken by the Crusaders, conquered by Baibars in 1266, but it remained in the possession of the Embriacos until around 1300. Having voluntarily surrendered to the Mamluks, the city was relatively spared from looting following its capture. Its fortifications were subsequently restored. From 1516 until 1918, the town and the whole region became part of the Ottoman Empire.

Byblos and all of Lebanon was placed under French Mandate from 1920 until 1943 when Lebanon achieved independence. Byblos's inhabitants are predominantly Christians, mostly Maronites, with minorities of Armenian ApostolicGreek Orthodox, and Greek Catholics. There is also a minority of Shia Muslims. It is said that the city of Bint Jbeil ("Daughter of Byblos") in southern Lebanon was founded by those Shia Muslims. Byblos has three representatives in the Parliament of Lebanon: two Maronites and one Shia.

Byblos is re-emerging as an upscale touristic hub.] With its ancient portPhoenician, Roman, and Crusader ruins, sandy beaches and the picturesque mountains that surround it make it an ideal tourist destination. The city is known for its fish restaurants, open-air bars, and outdoor cafes. Yachts cruise into its harbor today as they did in the 1960s and 1970s when Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra were regular visitors to the city. Byblos was crowned as the "Arab Tour Capital" for the year 2016 by the Lebanese minister of tourism in the Grand Serail in Beirut. Byblos was chosen by Condé Nast Traveler as the second best city in the Middle East for 2012, beating Tel Aviv and Dubai, and by the World Tourism Organization as the best Arab tourist city for 2013.

Sites: Ain el-Malik or King’s Spring, about 20 m deep, is a large cavity accessible by spiral stairs. Once it supplied the city with water.  According to Plutarch’s version of the Egyptian Osiris myth, the king’s servants met Isis on the stairs of the spring and took her to the royal palace, where she found the body of her husband Osiris embedded in one of the palace pillars. The Temple of the Obelisks, originally built in 1600–1200 BC on top of the “L-shaped temple,” was moved by archaeologists to its present location. The many small obelisks found in this temple were used as religious offerings. The sanctuary contained a large number of human figurines made of bronze covered with gold leaf, which are now displayed in the National Museum of Beirut. The necropolis dates back to the second millennium BC and contains tombs of the Byblos kings, including King Ahiram. The Roman theater was built around AD 218.






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