South Arabian Inscriptions from the City of D.Avid, Jerusalem

  title={South Arabian Inscriptions from the City of D.Avid, Jerusalem},
  author={Y. Shiloh},
  journal={Palestine Exploration Quarterly},
  • Y. Shiloh
  • Published 1987
  • Art
  • Palestine Exploration Quarterly
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