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Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 11, no. ) Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 11, no. ) Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 12, no. 145 City of David Sherd Inscription (Aramaic script) (E1/6244) (2nd cent. )) Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 12, no. 146 City of David Jar Inscription (Aramaic script) (E1/6244) 2nd/early 1st cent. )) (late Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 12, no. ) D. T. Ariel and Y. Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 152-55, no.
Biblical Period Personal Seals, 94, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 58-59, no. 26 (cf. Biblical Period Personal Seals, 33, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 60-61, no. 27 (cf. Biblical Period Personal Seals, 25, no. 939 Seal (provenance unknown) (date unknown) G. ) L. A. Wolfe and F. C. D. 700, Auction 23 (Zurich, 1989), no. 20 (cf. CWSSS, 429, no. ) C. Uehlinger, “Ahabs K¨onigliches Siegel? Ein Antiker Bronzering Zwischen Historismus und Reliquienkult, Memoria und Geschichte”, in A.
Bordreuil, Israel and Pardee, Semitica 46 (1996), 61-76 (cf. BAR 23/6 , 28-32) ybrkk. yhwh bˇslm. w’t. yˇsm ’. ’dny. hˇsr ’t ’mtk mt ’yˇsy. l’ bnm. whyh. ydk. 25 ANCIENT HEBREW INSCRIPTIONS 2 ’my. wntth. byd. ’mtk. ’t. lh ’ˇsr. dbrth. l’ms yhw. w’t. sˇ dh. m. ’ˇs r bn’mh. ntth. yw. ) R. Deutsch and M. Heltzer, Windows to the Past (Tel Aviv, 1997), 65-67, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Windows to the Past, 67-68, no. 113 (cf. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Windows to the Past, 69-70, no. 012 Ostracon, Judaean Hills (date unknown) ´ ´ A.