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Orvat Tittora Inscribed Sherd (date unknown) S. Gudovitz and A. Feldstein, “ H . orbat Tittora”, ESI 18 (1998), 81 (cf. ﬁg. 15) [ ]br 59. 001 Bethsaida Jar Handle Inscription (Phoenician? ) (date unknown) R. Arav and R. A. 002 Bethsaida Flask Inscription (date unknown) R. Arav, “Bethsaida”, Qadmoniot 32 (1999), 84 lˇsm ankh 99. ) R. Deutsch and M. Heltzer, Forty New Ancient West Semitic Inscriptions (Tel Aviv, 1994), 23-24 lmtnyhw. yyn. nsk. rb’t. ) R. Deutsch and M. Heltzer, New Epigraphic Evidence from the Biblical Period (Tel Aviv, 1995), 81-83, no.
Renz, HAE, I, 280, no. 007 Khirbet El-Qom Tomb Inscription (date unknown) R. Deutsch and M. Heltzer, Forty New Ancient West Semitic Inscriptions (Tel Aviv, 1994), 27-29 brk. bk yˇskb. bzh. zqnm 31. RAMAT RAH . ) Y. Aharoni, Ramat Rah . el II (1961-1962) (Rome, 1964), 60 (cf. Y. Nadelman, IEJ 40 , 38) [ ]’l[ ] 34. ) R. D. Barnett, “Layard’s Nimrud Bronzes and their Inscriptions”, EI 8 (1967), 1*-7*, no. N75 (cf. Renz, HAE, I, 77-78, no. ) Barnett, EI 8 (1967), 1*-7*, no. N89 (cf. Renz, HAE, I, 78-79, no.
4 (cf. Nadelman, IEJ 40 , 41; A. Lemaire, Henoch 17 , 215; Y. Shoham, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 17, no. ) J. ) (Jerusalem, 1992), 50-51; and in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 10, no. ) Naveh, On Sherd and Papyrus, 55; and in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 9, no. ) Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 3-4, no. IN4 [ [ [ [ [ [ ] lethech symbol 13 ’ˇst. [ ] ] lethech symbol 13 ’ˇst. [ ] ] lethech symbol 13 ’ˇst. ) (late Naveh, in Excavations at the City of David, VI, 4, no.