Aramaic and Hebrew Inscriptions from Mt. Gerizim and Samaria by Jan Dusek

By Jan Dusek

The subject matter of the e-book stands at the intersection of epigraphy and old study: the Aramaic and Hebrew inscriptions found within the area of the Yahwistic sanctuary on Mt. Gerizim and their old historical past. The research addresses the proof from 3 views: the paleography and relationship of the inscriptions; the identification of the group who carved them and its associations; and, eventually, the bigger historic and political context within which the inscriptions have been produced. This e-book is very invaluable for historians of Palestine within the moment Temple interval, for biblical students, and for these facing Aramaic and Hebrew paleography and epigraphy.

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These features allow us to date it at earliest to the nd century bce. – Other features nevertheless are conservative: the mem with a straight descending leg without the tail or baseline and nun with angular head and without baseline. – This inscription from Tayma seems to reflect a development which is different from the other three inscriptions (Kerak, Halas. a, As. lah. from Petra). The main differences are ˘ by yod. represented by some forms of alef and  chapter one Figure . Aramaic cursive script from Mt.

S. ade – S. ade is attested perhaps only in no. . The stone is damaged here, so we can not exclude that the letter was het. The small tail to the left perhaps belonged to another letter. 58 Qof – Two main types of qof are in the cursive inscriptions: – This is the most common form. A similar qof is in the Tayma inscription. This type of qof if attested in the Nash papyrus. A similar qof is attested also in – the inscription of As. lah. 59 – A cursive form written without lifting the hand appears in no.

Ade is attested only in no.  and . Qof – The upper part of qof crosses the vertical leg to the left with a small tail. A similar type of qof is also often attested in the cursive inscriptions. The leg of the qof is short in the inscriptions no.  and . – In inscription no.  the upper part of qof is more open and more angular. – Resh – In most cases, resh is identical with dalet; the same phenomenon occurs in the cursive inscriptions. scripts of the inscriptions from mt. gerizim  – In some cases the head of resh is different from the dalet and has the form typical of the cursive style.

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