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The Cedar of Lebanon Albion

£1,749.00


The Lebanon Cedar is mentioned several times in the Old Testament. Hebrew priests were ordered by Moses to use the bark of the Lebanon cedar in the treatment of leprosy. Solomon also procured cedar timber to build the Temple in Jerusalem. The Hebrew prophet Isaiah used the Lebanon cedar as a metaphor for the pride of the world, with the tree explicitly mentioned near the end of Psalm 92 as a symbol of the righteous.

The Lebanon Cedar is the national emblem of Lebanon, and is displayed on the flag and coat of arms. Beyond that, it is also the main symbol of Lebanon’s “Cedar Revolution” of 2005, along with many Lebanese political parties and movements. Lebanon is sometimes metonymically referred to as the Land of the Cedars. View more

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