1. Byblos Art Hotel - The Party

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    from Fabio Guzzano Added 116 1 0

    A night with artists, design e high cousine. Villa Amistà - Verona. Shooting Sony a6000 mirrorless

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    • SIGMA PERFOMANCE BYBLOS POREČ

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      from N.O. Video Production Added 10 0 0

      Video filmed and edited by: N.O. Production info & booking @ novideoproduction@gmail.com

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      • Jbeil Byblos 1920's - 1930's

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        from Pierrot Bassil Added 1,740 1 0

        Jbeil Byblos - Lebanon, One of The oldest continuously inhabited city in the world (7000 BC), an ancient Canaanite-Phoenician city, Jbeil Byblos has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Introduction: About 7,000 years ago, a small Neolithic fishing community settled along the shore at the site of modern-day Byblos. Several Neolithic-era mono-cellular huts with crushed limestone floors can be seen by visitors to the archaeological site. Through the fourth millennium B.C. (4000–3000 B.C.), life continued for these settlers with little change. Artifacts uncovered at the site show that some new customs evolved, such as the practice of burying the deceased in large pottery jars with their early possessions. Many tools and weapons of this period have been found as well. 1- JBEIL BYBLOS: Known as GEBAL in the Holy Book and was also referred to as GIBELET during the Crusades and under the current Arabic name of JBEIL today. The name BYBLOS is Greek; papyrus received its early Greek name (byblos, byblinos) from its being exported to the Aegean through Byblos. Hence the English word Bible is derived from byblos as "the (papyrus) book. The Byblos syllabary, also known as the Pseudo-hieroglyphic script, Proto-Byblian, Proto-Byblic, or Byblic, is officially an undeciphered writing system, known from ten inscriptions found in Byblos. The inscriptions are engraved on bronze plates and spatulas, and carved in stone. They were excavated by Maurice Dunand, from 1928 to 1932, and published in 1945 in his monograph Byblia Grammata (Letters). The inscriptions are conventionally dated to the second millennium BC, probably between the 18th and 15th centuries BC. Examples of the script have also been discovered in Egypt, Italy, and Megiddo (Garbini, Colless). Phoenician became one of the most widely used writing systems, spread by Phoenician merchants across the Mediterranean world, where it was assimilated by many other cultures and evolved. 2- GEBAL/BYBLOS Founded by the God " EL" who surrounded his city with a wall - The massive Early Bronze Age city walls (2800 B.C.) on the site reflect this early religious belief."GB'L" -derived from "gb", meaning well or origin- and “EL” The Supreme Father God, The "creator of creatures" and supreme father is also "Kindly El Benign", the "King" and, sometimes "Bull El, my Father", using one of the commonest symbols of masculine potency. "El" is the Semitic word for God; it appears, for example, in the biblical El and Elohim.Another of El's titles was "Father of Years" which made him the god of time. 3- GEBAL/BYBLOS mentioned by Josh (13:5) as the land of the Gebalites (King James Version "Giblites"). And the Gebalites are also mentioned in (1 Ki 5:18 - Hebrew 32) as aiding in the construction of Solomon's temple. The "elders" and the "wise men" of Gebal are among the workmen employed on Tyrian ships (Ezek 27:9 the American Revised Version). GEBAL was the capital of the GIBILITES, or 'Mountaineers'. These ancient peoples were the leading tribe of Lebanon in the days of Joshua. Research into the Giblites shows they appeared to have been an educated and enterprising people in a very remote age. They were even King Solomon's chief architects when he built the Temple. It is also told in the Bible, in (I Kings, 5: 18/ Ezekiel 27:9/ Joshua 13:5), that Hiram King of Tyre sent the Gibilites (Jbeïlis, people of Byblos) to cut wood for the construction of the temple of Jehovah in Jerusalem in the time of King Solomon, about 930 B.C. Not only were they great architects, but the Giblites were famous as ship-builders. We know this because the ancients of Byblos were the leading men in the dock-yards of Tyre. (a waterside area containing docks, workshops, warehouses, etc., for building, outfitting, and repairing ships, for storing naval supplies, etc. ) The Pharaohs of the Old Kingdom of Egypt had an important merchant colony. As a result, GEBAL became an important export center, especially for papyrus. Also, being boat builders of the Biblical period, GEBAL became well-versed in the maritime skills. JBEIL-BYBLOS Today is a modern prosperous city that still retains its historical past. Byblos remains as one of Lebanon's major tourist sites due to its rich history and scenic mountains overlooking the Mediterranean. Is well prepared to welcome tourists with its hotels, beach resorts, restaurants and souvenir shops. Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/JBEIL-BYBLOS/26439386060?sk=timeline

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        • Digital People: Intervista ad Alessia Milanese

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          Intervista ad Alessia Milanese- The Chili Cool - Verona. Digital People è online su http://www.digitalpeople.tv Digital People. Persone, brands, esperienze di un mondo digitale.

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          • Tania Saleh & Ibrahim Maalouf "La Javanaise"

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            from Elie Fahed Added 31 0 0

            Tania Saleh performs "La Javanaise" with Ibrahim Maalouf and his band at Byblos International Festival - August 6, 2014 Filmed and edited by Elie Fahed

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            • Byblos 3D Mapping 2014 - MRW - Minus5

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              Returning after the success of the 2013 edition, the Byblos-Jbeil projection mapping show on the old port citadel is set to become a growing yearly free summer event of lighting and technology on this world heritage Unesco site. It’s a refreshing and promising model of open public events in Lebanon thanks to the efforts of the Municipality of Byblos and hopefully encouraging similar ones around the country. After celebrating the rich history of the city in the first edition, Studio Mr.White and Minus5 Architects decided to give the medieval fortress a new visual treatment shifting from the epic past to the lively present. The inspiration focused more on the current active ambiance of the city and its flourishing nightlife that make the whole old town beat like a music box at night. Since the 2013 show was requested to be played again this year, we created a smooth transition between the old and the new shows giving the audience a long cohesive visual experience of around 12min. Scheduled over three days, the first show coincided with the closing concert of the Byblos International Festival hosting the American band ‘Beirut’. This project was initiated by the Eurpean Union, ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme, International Augmented Med (I AM) and the Municipality of Byblos with a purpose to bring positive impact to local tourism through technical innovation. Type: 3D Projection Mapping Client: The Municipality of Byblos-Jbail Credits: 3D Projection Mapping Concept and Execution STUDIO MR. WHITE / MINUS5 ARCHITECTS Art Direction HANI ABYAD / DANIEL GEORGES Technical Direction OMAR YOUSSEF Collaborating 3D artists OVIDIU EFTIMIE / CEZAR IONESCU Music Book Of Secrets - by David O'Brien / Chris Egan Sweet Dreams Acapella - Jessie Kate (Original by Eurythmics) Empathy (2 year old Crystal Castles refix) - MarkAudio (Original by Crystal Castles) Projection and Sound HIGH DIMENSIONS Video Editing MINUS5 ARCHITECTS AND STUDIO MR. WHITE This EUROPEAN UNION Funded project was initiated by: The Municipality of Byblos – Jbail ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme International Augmented Med (I AM) All images © Minus5 Architects / Studio Mr.White

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              • Byblos 3D Projection Mapping 2014

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                Returning after the success of the 2013 edition, the Byblos-Jbeil projection mapping show on the old port citadel is set to become a growing yearly free summer event of lighting and technology on this world heritage Unesco site. It’s a refreshing and promising model of open public events in Lebanon thanks to the efforts of the Municipality of Byblos and hopefully encouraging similar ones around the country. After celebrating the rich history of the city in the first edition, Minus5 Architects and Studio Mr.White decided to give the medieval fortress a new visual treatment shifting from the epic past to the lively present. The inspiration focused more on the current active ambiance of the city and its flourishing nightlife that make the whole old town beat like a music box at night. Since the 2013 show was requested to be played again this year, we created a smooth transition between the old and the new shows giving the audience a long cohesive visual experience of around 12min. Scheduled over three days, the first show coincided with the closing concert of the Byblos International Festival hosting the American band ‘Beirut’. This project was initiated by the Eurpean Union, ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme, International Augmented Med (I AM) and the Municipality of Byblos with a purpose to bring positive impact to local tourism through technical innovation. Credits: 3D Projection Mapping Concept and Execution MINUS5 ARCHITECTS AND STUDIO MR. WHITE Art Direction DANIEL GEORGES / HANI ABYAD Technical Direction OMAR YOUSSEF Collaborating 3D artists OVIDIU EFTIMIE / CEZAR IONESCU Music Book Of Secrets - by David O'Brien / Chris Egan Sweet Dreams Acapella - Jessie Kate (Original by Eurythmics) Empathy (2 year old Crystal Castles refix) - MarkAudio (Original by Crystal Castles) Projection and Sound HIGH DIMENSIONS Video Editing MINUS5 ARCHITECTS AND STUDIO MR. WHITE This EUROPEAN UNION Funded project was initiated by: The Municipality of Byblos – Jbail ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme International Augmented Med (I AM)

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                • Joy To The World-Jbeil Byblos Christmas 2014

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                  from Pierrot Bassil Added 394 0 0

                  Happy, happy Christmas, that can win us back to the delusions of our childish days; that can recall to the old man the pleasures of his youth; that can transport the sailor and the traveler, thousands of miles away, back to his own fire-side and his quiet home! ~Charles Dickens, The Pickwick Papers

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                  • LAPIARA with love!

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                    from Sami Saab Added 28 0 0

                    Agency: CDA Creative Director: Sami Saab Production Company: EFX Director: Amine Dora DOP: Rachelle Aoun

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