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Scholars have studied the long-distance movements of people and goods in Phoenician and Punic society between the eighth and the second centuries bc in considerable depth. However, little attention has been paid to travelling, walking and sailing as common activities in their daily lives. It was through living in and moving through landscapes and seascapes that people constructed their sense of place. Sacred places may have been nodal points in these settings and everyday movements may welldoi:10.1558/jmea.v24i1.85 fatcat:lkrgt6oojzfpzkiexevcjzd3ky