The Use of Hieratic Numerals in Hebrew Ostraca and the Shekel Weights

@article{Aharoni1966TheUO,
  title={The Use of Hieratic Numerals in Hebrew Ostraca and the Shekel Weights},
  author={Y. Aharoni},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research},
  year={1966},
  volume={184},
  pages={13 - 19}
}
  • Y. Aharoni
  • Published 1966
  • History
  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
  • Persian, Anatolian, Semitic, and Hellenic elements in these areas, one can hardly be dogmatic. The same scene may have had different connotations for different people; thus I. Kleemann has argued that the scene of husband and wife at a meal had commemorative significance for the king of Sidon who ordered the sarcophagus, but meant the actual funerary meal (of which the deceased invisibly partook) for the Greek sculptor who carved the sarcophagus. As the wording of the inscribed stele from… CONTINUE READING
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    They were found in a trial excavation beneath the " Solar Shrine "; cf
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    • 1966
    This was already suggested by J. T. Milik; cf
    • Les grottes de Murabba'&t
    • 1961
    the direction of the symbols also changes in the various 8-shekel weights
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    Not drawn in the facsimiles but clearly visible in the photographs which Prof. Cross was kind enough to show me
      The hieratic sign has a more diagonal slant
        interpreting correctly the numbers on the shekel weights in comparison with the Samaria ostraca