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B’. or [’]b’. ’z’ [ ] y[ ]. ) A. Mazar, EI 26 (1999), 98-99, no. [ ] yh[ ] 52. ) R. Gophna, “Some Iron Age II Sites in Southern Philistia”, Atiqot (Heb. series) 6 (1970), 29, 3* (cf. Renz, HAE, I, 336-337, no. NHug(7):1) mrtps. qq 53. ) ˆ . ah (Shechem)”, G. E. Wright, “The Second Campaign at Tell Balat BASOR 148 (1957), 24 (cf. Renz, HAE, I, 110, no. Sich(8):2) 20 CORPUS qy 54. ) S. Hadjisavvas, A. Dupont-Sommer and H. Lozachmeur, “Cinq St`eles fun´eraires d´ecouvertes sur le site d’Ayios Georghios, a` Larnaca-Kition en 1979”, RDAC 1984, 102, 108 (cf.
Heltzer, West Semitic Epigraphic News of the 1st Millennium BCE (Tel Aviv, 1999), 23-24, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, West Semitic Epigraphic News, 25-26, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, West Semitic Epigraphic News, 26-27, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, New Epigraphic Evidence , 77-79, no. 75 (cf. Lemaire, BO 56 , 173; Deutsch and Lemaire, Biblical Period Personal Seals, 12, no. 6) ywqm (verso) [ ]b’yw or [’b]d’yw 100–101. 137 Seal (provenance unknown) (Phoenician? ) I. ; English summary p. III) (cf.
Byd [z]kryhw. ksp tr sˇ sˇ . lbyt yhwh. ) 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.