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C. E. 26 27 A. ] Cowley, Aramaic Papyri {of the Fifth Century B. , Oxford 1923}, no. 40. Jean Cantineau, Inventaire {des Inscriptions de Palmyre. Beyrouth 1930}, vol. 4, p. 25. 11 18:17 The Palaeo-Hebrew Ostraca Sherds 29 Sherd 6 (plate II. 28 Bibliography: A, 155; C, 73–74. The Date of the Script D: The left stroke does not project on top. This is practically the only type in HarO. Our ostracon cannot be much later, since from Sil onwards the left stroke always juts out. As in Sherd 7, the right stroke is of considerable length, and accordingly indicates a date in the neighbourhood of Sil.

C: David Diringer, Le Iscrizioni anticho-ebraiche palestinesi. Florence 1934. D: Eleazar L. Sukenik, “Potsherds from Samaria, Inscribed with the Divine Name”, in: PEFQS 68 (1936), pp. 34–37. E: W. E. Staples, “A Note on an Inscribed Potsherd”, in: PEFQS 68 (1936), p. 155. F: Eleazar L. Sukenik, “Note on a Fragment of an Israelite Stele Found at Samaria”, in: PEFQS 68 (1936), p. 156. G: William F. Albright, “Ostracon C 1101 of Samaria”, in: PEFQS 68 (1936), pp. 211–215. H: Eleazar L. Sukenik, “A Further Note on an Inscribed Potsherd”, in: PEQ 69 (1937), pp.

1 Inscriptions, pp. 11 18:17 36 [ 31 ] 11: 13; HE 25] or hzyw [corresponding to Ahaziah, 1 K. ] or Helkai [Neh. 12: 15] or hlqyw (p. 33) [1 Ch. 2: 39; [corresponding to Hilkiah, 1 Ch. 26: 11]; Ezer (p. 25) [1 Ch. 4: 4 or˙ Neh. 12: 42] or Azzur [Neh. 10: 18] or Ezra [1 Ch. 4: 17] or Uzza [Ezr. 2: 49; HE 1]. Three names are non-Biblical: Demala (p. 31) – hypocoristic of Demaliah, known from seals; Jojesha (p. 25) – a completely new name; Peha (p. 28) – known from Elephantine. ˙ II. Sherds with Letters in Aramaic Script (a) Incised and Stamped Material Sherd 12 (plate III.

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