Notes d'épigraphie sémitique

Study of two fragmentary West-Semitic inscriptions: 1. A tentative interpretation of a 12th century BCE Lachish inscription that could have some connection with the name of the king of Lachish in Joshua 10,3. 2. An unpublished fragment of a Palaeo-Hebrew monumental inscription from Elephantine (Egyp...

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Published in:Semitica
Main Author: Lemaire, André 1942-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:French
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Published: [2016]
In:Semitica
Year: 2016, Volume: 58, Pages: 237-246
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Summary:Study of two fragmentary West-Semitic inscriptions: 1. A tentative interpretation of a 12th century BCE Lachish inscription that could have some connection with the name of the king of Lachish in Joshua 10,3. 2. An unpublished fragment of a Palaeo-Hebrew monumental inscription from Elephantine (Egypt).
ISSN:2466-6815
Contains:Enthalten in: Semitica
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.2143/SE.58.0.3170089