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This moment quantity of old Hebrew Inscriptions: Corpus and Concordance offers a entire, updated 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 contains a number of ostraca from various websites and large information regarding the non-public names in use within the biblical interval. additionally on hand: quantity 1: Corpus and Concordance 0-521-40248-4 Hardback $160.00 C
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Lemaire, REJ 156 , 458; V. Hurowitz, IEJ 48 , 13235) lyw’lyhw smkyhw ’lntn or ’lkn bn ’lkn ’ˇsyhw hgzh yrm bn sˇ qs. ) 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.
A. 910 Seal (provenance unknown) (forgery? ) Lemaire, Semitica 41/42 (1991-92), 74-76 (cf. CWSSS, 455, no. ) A. Lemaire, “Cinq Nouveaux Sceaux Inscrits Ouest-S´emitiques”, SEL 7 (1990), 97-101, no. 1 (CWSSS, 101, no. ) A. 914 Seal (provenance unknown) (date unknown) W. E. ) ˇ ¨ S. 916 Seal (date unknown) N. Avigad, Burnt Archive, 45 n. 56 (cf. ZDPV 108 , 72; CWSSS, 105-106, no. ) C. Vermeule, “Near Eastern, Greek and Roman Gems: A Recent Gift to the Collection”, Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 68 (1970), 202, no.
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