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Berytus:

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, Arab. Bayrut, Fr. Beyrouth, city (1996 est. pop. 1,200,000), W Lebanon, capital of Lebanon, on the Mediterranean Sea, at the foot of the Lebanon Mts. Beirut is an important port and financial center with food processing industries.
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Tony Ycoub waxed a bit patriotic in his collection, entitled "The Spirit of Berytus" -- Berytus being the Greek word for Beirut.
The popularity of the kontakion as dramatic homily in the hands of Romanos, both in his early years at Berytus and later in his mature years at Constantinople, testifies to his success as preacher and exegete.
Sader, "Phoenician Stelae from Tyre," Berytus 39 (1991): 101-26; Sader, "Phoenician Stelae from Tyre (continued)," Studi Epigrafici e Linguistici 9 (1992): 53-79; M.
Copla is located on Park Avenue in Minat al-Hosn district of Downtown Beirut, in the Berytus Parks Building, next to Plum boutique.