date of the original: 9th-8th century B.C.
provenance of the original: Fort Shalmaneser, Kalhu (Nimrud), Iraq; now in the British Museum, London
This is not an exact replica. The original was used as an inspiration, one might say. There was no inscription, for example.
Phoenicians spoke the Phoenician language, which belongs to the group of Canaanite languages in the Semitic language family. And that's basically why I have no idea what that says.
Phoenician work on ivory objects have been found all around the Mediterranean, including furniture such as chairs, thrones, footstools and beds.
Phoenicia , Canaan or Kana'an, what is now modern day Lebanon, was an ancient civilization centered in the north of ancient Canaan, with its heartland along the coastal regions of modern day Lebanon, extending to parts of Israel, Syria and Palestine.
Etruscan, then Phoenician, after Latin, Hebrew, Greek (Archaic, Transitional, Classical, and currently Hellenistic) and next where??. My god, man...don't you wonder..will he explode? (hint: yes, stay tuned)