The ʿAmmān Citadel Inscription: A New Collation

@article{Fulco1978TheC,
  title={The ʿAmmān Citadel Inscription: A New Collation},
  author={William J. Fulco},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research},
  year={1978},
  volume={230},
  pages={39 - 43}
}
  • William J. Fulco
  • Published 1 April 1978
  • History
  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
the cAmm.n Citadel Inscription (Horn 1969; Cross 1969; Albright 1970; Puech and Rof6 1973) and several articles commenting on its various aspects (see bibliography in Puech and Rof6 1973: 531). These treatments differ widely in the reading itself, the translation, and-especially in Albright's study-in the supposed context. Horn (1969: 9), who worked from a squeeze, photographs, and some collations from the stone itself, takes it as a building inscription. Cross' article (1969) is an epigraphic… 
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Some Comments on the 'Ammân Citadel Inscription

  • W. F. Albright
  • History
    Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
  • 1970