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 varied texts in historical Hebrew except the Bible that experience come to the eye of students in recent times. the hot fabric comprises a number of ostraca from assorted websites and broad 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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168 City of David Bowl Inscription (D1/6862) (date unknown) Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 21, no. IP22 [ ]. ) 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. 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.
Nadelman, IEJ 40 , 38) [ ]’l[ ] 34. ) R. D. Barnett, “Layard’s Nimrud Bronzes and their Inscriptions”, EI 8 (1967), 1*-7*, no. N75 (cf. Renz, HAE, I, 77-78, no. ) Barnett, EI 8 (1967), 1*-7*, no. N89 (cf. Renz, HAE, I, 78-79, no. Nim(8):5) lmlkyw or lsmkyw [ ]’[ ] 13 ANCIENT HEBREW INSCRIPTIONS 2 37. H . 004 H . ) I. Beit-Arieh, “An Inscribed Jar from H . ) (cf. Lemaire, Henoch 17 , 223) r’ˇsn ’l ydy ntn. yn. h. tnh. ml[ˇs] sˇ lˇsy. 005 H . ) I. ) (cf. d. pr. [ ] sˇ lˇsy l’byhw ’lyˇsb rb’y ly’znyhw y’znyhw bn [ ] hwˇs’yhw nwh.
Deutsch and Heltzer, New Epigraphic Evidence, 92-102, no. 79 (cf. R. G. Lehmann, UF 30 , 400; Lemaire, BO 56 , 173; J. ) P. Bordreuil, F. Israel and D. Pardee, “Deux Ostraca Pal´eoH´ebreux de la Collection Sh. Moussa¨ieff: I) Contribution ﬁnanci`ere pour le temple de YHWH; II) R´eclamation d’une veuve aupre`s d’un fonctionnaire”, Semitica 46 (1996), 49-61 (cf. H. wk. ’ˇsy hw. hmlk. ltt. byd [z]kryhw. ksp tr sˇ sˇ . lbyt yhwh. ) Bordreuil, Israel and Pardee, Semitica 46 (1996), 61-76 (cf.
Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions: Volume 2: Corpus and Concordance by Graham Davies, J. K. Aitken, D. R. de Lacey, P. A. Smith, J. Squirrel