The pirate of Byblos

Doyle, Paul
September 1999
Middle East;Sep99, Issue 293, p50
Focuses on 84-year-old Pepe Abed, owner of the Fishing Club restaurant in Byblos, Lebanon. Personal background; Reasons behind the global popularity of Byblos and the Fishing Club; Personalities who have visited the restaurant; Restaurant's features; Value of Abed's collection of antiquities; Abed's wish regarding his collection when he dies.


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