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By Wayne Horowitz, Takayoshi Oshima, Seth L. Sanders

One of many earliest surviving manifestations of the cultural history of the Land of Israel in precedent days is using the cuneiform script, from the center Bronze Age to the Iron Age. The Cuneiform in Canaan quantity offers for the 1st time the whole corpus of all ninety one cuneiform drugs and inscribed gadgets which were recovered from the Land of Israel, together with cuneiform pills from the Bronze Age towns of Canaan, texts from the towns of the Philistines, and inscriptions from the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel. the quantity, which supplies severe variants, updated bibliographies and dialogue for every resource, is the end result of the paintings of the Cuneiform in Canaan study undertaking of the Hebrew collage of Jerusalem, lower than the directorship of Dr. Wayne Horowitz of the dept of old close to japanese stories.

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T]i ia-r ar1\-bi .... -t]i ia-ar-bi ... ma-a]l-sa-rmul-ti .... i]a-ar-bi .... S]a-nu-ti 8' ••.. ] X 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 1' X [ ... 2' UGU[ ... UGU X [ ... UGU X [ ••• UGU X [ ... UGU X [ •.. •. ruau1 x [ ... 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' CoMMENTARY A reconstruction of col. i' is offered in Huehnergard and van Soldt 1999: 191 on the basis of parallel sections from Urra I, and the Ugarit and Emar parallels to Urra; see Huehnergard and van Soldt 1999: 189-192. For col. ii', see the UGU section, Urra I 267-274 (MSL 5 28-29); Huehnergard and van Soldt 1999: 187.

26; copy, p. 66) Studies: Beck 1973; Lipinski 1976: 74; Collon 1987: 133-134, no. 564 (photo 133); Tadmor and Tadmor 1995: 353-354; Stem 2001: 332; Oman 2003:72 (copy);NEAEHL: 172 (photo). Date: Inscription: first millennium BCE; Seal: possibly late second millennium BCE with later, first-millennium inscription, added; see Oman 2003: 72; and earlier, Beck 1973: 59 1 Find Information: See Aharoni 1973: 16 This seal is inscribed in the positive, like the Neo-Assyrian votive cylinder seal Samaria 3, the Neo-Assyrian cylinder seal Wingate 1 and the earlier cylinder letter Beth Shean 2 from the Amama period.

4 Ashdod 4 is restored in part on the basis of parallel passages in the inscriptions of Sargon II. See now Fuchs 1994: 62:12-14; 76:7-8; 260:14-19; Frame 1999: 36:16-17. Tadmor 1971: 196 gave a tentative translation with bibliographical references to early editions of the inscriptions of Sargon II. 8 em; copy, p. 208 Reg. 4 em; copy, p. 208 Reg. : IAA 63-931 (present location: Israel Museum) Ashdod 4: Basics: Black basalt; 22x23 x 17 em; copy, p. 208 Reg. : IAA 63-1053 (present location: Israel Museum) Primary Publication: Tadmor 1971: 192-197, photo, pls.

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