Lykos (Λúκος; "wolf") or Nahr al-Kalb ("dog river"): river, northeast of modern Beyrut, best known for a large series of rock inscriptions, both ancient and modern. See http://www.livius.org/na-nd/nahr_al-kalb/nahr_al-kalb.html
Nahr al-Kalb Inscription
Series of military reliefs from the age of Ramesses II until now, including an inscription from the age of Caracalla. Herodotus attributes one of the reliefs to Sesostris.