The Serabit Expedition of 1930: IV. The Protosinaitic Inscriptions

  title={The Serabit Expedition of 1930: IV. The Protosinaitic Inscriptions},
  author={Romain F. Butin},
  journal={Harvard Theological Review},
  pages={130 - 203}
  • R. Butin
  • Published 1 April 1932
  • History
  • Harvard Theological Review
The present article was begun with the limited purpose of making known the new inscriptions discovered by the Harvard-Catholic University Joint Expedition to Serabit in the spring of 1930. In the course of this study, I perceived that some signs doubtful in the inscriptions already published were made clear by the new slabs, and I decided to go over the entire field again. 
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