By Graham Davies, J. K. Aitken, D. R. de Lacey, P. A. Smith, J. Squirrel
This moment quantity of old Hebrew Inscriptions: Corpus and Concordance offers a complete, up to date number of the various texts in historical Hebrew except the Bible that experience come to the eye of students in recent times. the hot fabric contains various ostraca from diversified websites and wide information regarding the private names in use within the biblical interval. additionally to be had: quantity 1: Corpus and Concordance 0-521-40248-4 Hardback $160.00 C
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J. ) (Jerusalem, 1992), 50-51; and in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 10, no. ) Naveh, On Sherd and Papyrus, 55; and in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 9, no. ) Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 3-4, no. IN4 [ [ [ [ [ [ ] lethech symbol 13 ’ˇst. [ ] ] lethech symbol 13 ’ˇst. [ ] ] lethech symbol 13 ’ˇst. ) (late Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 4, no. ) Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 4-5, no. IN6 lbt. y’m’ t. ) Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 5-6, no.
002 Bethsaida Flask Inscription (date unknown) R. Arav, “Bethsaida”, Qadmoniot 32 (1999), 84 lˇsm ankh 99. ) R. Deutsch and M. Heltzer, Forty New Ancient West Semitic Inscriptions (Tel Aviv, 1994), 23-24 lmtnyhw. yyn. nsk. rb’t. ) R. Deutsch and M. Heltzer, New Epigraphic Evidence from the Biblical Period (Tel Aviv, 1995), 81-83, no. 76 (cf. A. Lemaire, REJ 156 , 458) bˇsnh hˇs sˇ t. bˇsb’y mwdh or mqdh slt h . ) Deutsch and Heltzer, New Epigraphic Evidence, 83-88, no. 77 (cf. Lemaire, BO 56 , 173) ’ˇsyhw bn ’lnr n 1 s.
6) ywqm (verso) [ ]b’yw or [’b]d’yw 100–101. 137 Seal (provenance unknown) (Phoenician? ) I. ; English summary p. III) (cf. Bordreuil, DBS, 12, col. 164; CWSSS, 160-161, no. 381) lˇspt. ) Y. Shoham, “A Group of Hebrew Bullae from Yigal Shiloh’s Excavations in the City of David”, in H. ), Ancient Jerusalem Revealed (Jerusalem, 1994), 58 (cf. , EI 26 , 159-60), no. 24 (cf. CWSSS, 226, no. ) Shoham, Ancient Jerusalem, 58 (cf. , EI 26 , 159), no. ) Shoham, Ancient Jerusalem, 58, no. 16 (cf.
Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions: Volume 2: Corpus and Concordance by Graham Davies, J. K. Aitken, D. R. de Lacey, P. A. Smith, J. Squirrel