Philistia under Assyrian Rule

  title={Philistia under Assyrian Rule},
  author={Hayim Tadmor},
  journal={The Biblical Archaeologist},
  pages={86 - 102}
  • H. Tadmor
  • Published 1966
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  • The Biblical Archaeologist
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Though the prism dates from 673 / 2 ( Borger , Asarhaddon , p . 64 ) , it is actually an expanded version of Prism B ( Prism " A " of ARAB II ? ? 526 ff . ) , composed in 676
  • 1956