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Early History of the Alphabet: An Introduction to West Semitic Epigraphy and Palaeography
Alphabetic writing is one of the principal features of Western culture. Our knowledge of the early history, development and spread of the alphabet is constantly changing. This introduction to WestExpand
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Aramaic documents from ancient Bactria (Fourth Century BCE.) from the Khalili collections
First publication of a group of thirty documents on leather in Imperial Aramaic, dating to the fourth century B.C.E. and reflecting the practice of the Achaemenian administration in Bactria andExpand
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Some Semitic Epigraphical Considerations on the Antiquity of the Greek Alphabet
Although there is a consensus on the WestSemitic origin of the Greek alphabet, there is a scholarly controversy about the earliest use of the alphabet among the Greeks. Since this problem belongsExpand
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Selected Inscribed Sealings from Kedesh in the Upper Galilee
This article presents and discusses 7 sealings, representing 16 of the 22 inscribed sealings found in the Hellenistic Administrative Building excavated at Kedesh. These sealings comprise most of theExpand
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Aramaic and Hebrew Inscriptions of the Second-Century BCE at mount Gerizim
Publication d'inscriptions arameennes (breves dedicaces ou inscriptions commemorant une construction) et hebraiques (inscriptions cultuelles signees par les officiants du temple) gravees sur les mursExpand
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The Scripts of Two Ostraca from Elath
  • J. Naveh
  • History
  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental…
  • 1 October 1966
In 1940/1 Nelson Glueck published five ostraca which he found at Tell Kheleifeh. The first that were published 1 consisted of three fragments of Aramaic inscriptions: No. 7094 contained one name; No.Expand
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