I would suggest you ought gold plate and then shellac it on a piece of Lebanese cedar, of the type that once made up the beams of the Temple of Solomon on Temple Mount in Jerusalem, right outsides the gate is the best kabobs, gyros and best of all: shawarma. The eggplant recipes for these have to come down from generations of grandmas and maiden and widowed aunts. Some of these come from the mountains - Phalangists and followers of Camille Chaumud, who now live in Israel after the addition of Hezbollah to Lebanese politics.
Their dead husbands, brothers, fathers, sons: members of the Southern Lebanon Army, which was put together by Israel - some say to give the IDF deniability of responsibility for massacres in refugee camps.
In '49, my dad was in a Marine Battalion sent to Beirut. On the way, he stopped in Naples and Palermo. He sent back postcards from both, in fact, my daughter has these now.
Some of these photos from Palermo are of the catacombs beneath the city.
The ones from Naples have some shots of Aetna fuming in a very picturesque manner.
So there you are.