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 presents a complete, updated number of the various texts in old Hebrew except the Bible that experience come to the eye of students in recent times. the recent fabric comprises a variety of ostraca from varied websites and vast information regarding the non-public 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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23 (cf. Biblical Period Personal Seals, 74, no. 935 Seal (provenance unknown) (Philistine? Lemaire) (10th/early 9th cent. [8th-7th cent.? Lemaire]) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 55-56, no. 24 (cf. Lemaire, Henoch 17 , 235, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 56-58, no. 25 (cf. Biblical Period Personal Seals, 94, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 58-59, no. 26 (cf. Biblical Period Personal Seals, 33, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 60-61, no.
G. 15) [ ]br 59. 001 Bethsaida Jar Handle Inscription (Phoenician? ) (date unknown) R. Arav and R. A. 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 .
Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 22, no. ) Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 22, no. IP25 h or h. 172 City of David Jar Inscription (E1/9803) (only traces of letters) (date unknown) Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 22, no. ) Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 22, no. ) Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 22, no. ) Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 22-23, no. ) Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 23, no.
Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions: Volume 2: Corpus and Concordance by Graham Davies, J. K. Aitken, D. R. de Lacey, P. A. Smith, J. Squirrel