By Graham Davies, J. K. Aitken, D. R. de Lacey, P. A. Smith, J. Squirrel
This moment quantity of historic Hebrew Inscriptions: Corpus and Concordance offers a entire, up to date choice of the varied texts in historic Hebrew except the Bible that experience come to the eye of students in recent times. the recent fabric contains a variety of ostraca from diverse websites and huge 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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Zefanya and H. Misgav, “The Aramaic and Hebrew Inscriptions from Mount Gerizim”, Qadmoniot 33 (2000), 131, no. 14 ’l’zr 51. ) N. Tzori, “A Hebrew Ostracon from Beth-Shan”, BIES 25 (1961), 145 (cf. Renz, HAE, I, 172-173, no. ) A. ), no. 1 (96-97) zm’. 5 ’l’. ) A. Mazar, EI 26 (1999), 97-98, no. 2 [ ] [ ]t’. ddt 2 [ ]yr. 3 [ ]. ) A. Mazar, EI 26 (1999), 98, no. ]b’. or [’]b’. ’z’ [ ] y[ ]. ) A. Mazar, EI 26 (1999), 98-99, no. [ ] yh[ ] 52. ) R. Gophna, “Some Iron Age II Sites in Southern Philistia”, Atiqot (Heb.
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. 006 H . ) I. Beit-Arieh, “A Literary Ostracon from H . r ymt whyh q[ ]’s. 007 H . ) I. s. r ymt. whyh tr[ ]w[ ]’s. 008 H . ) I. Beit-Arieh, “The ‘Ten’ Ostracon from H . [yhw] hwdwyhw bn ’[ ] [ ] 38. ) V. Fritz, Kinneret: Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen auf dem Tell el-‘Or¯eme am See Gennesaret 1982-1985 (ADPV 15: Wiesbaden, 1990), 118 (cf.
3 [ ]. zby 2 [ ]’ 2 [ ] 22 CORPUS 57. TEL REH . ) A. ov”, IEJ 49 (1999), 33 lnh[ ] 58. H . 001 H . orvat Tittora Inscribed Sherd (date unknown) S. Gudovitz and A. Feldstein, “ H . orbat Tittora”, ESI 18 (1998), 81 (cf. ﬁg. 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.
Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions: Volume 2: Corpus and Concordance by Graham Davies, J. K. Aitken, D. R. de Lacey, P. A. Smith, J. Squirrel