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
- Relief, votiv stone or altar
- Location ± 5-25 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)
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.