Epigraphic Hebrew

(2015) The Ophel Pithos Inscription: Its Dating, Language, Translation, and Script

The summer of 2013 offered the exciting announcement from the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs that Eilat Mazar’s excavational team had found potsherds of an…

MARCH 2014 AUDIO Interview on The Book and the Spade: 50 Real People of the Bible, Confirmed by Archaeology with Larry Mykytiuk

""The interviewee briefly summarizes the criteria used in his research, which covers inscriptions that seem to refer to people mentioned in the…

A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF THE CONJUNCTION WAW IN THE BIBLICAL DEAD SEA SCROLLS VARIANTS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF THE CONJUNCTION WAW IN THE BIBLICAL DEAD SEA SCROLLS VARIANTS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

A New Date for L. Egnatius Victor Lollianus' Governorship in the Province of Pontus et Bithynia , ACM 1 (2018) 43-51

Abstract This paper introduces a new weight from Nicomedia in the Halûk Perk Museum Collection. It is not exactly known, where the weight dating to the reign of…

The northern boundary of Ephraim - A new geographic explanation for the separate cities in light of the findings of archaeological surveys (hebrew)

The northern boundary of Ephraim - A new geographic explanation for the separate cities in light of the findings of archaeological surveys (hebrew)

New Hebraica Fragments from the Genizat Tirolensia: Hebrew and Aramaic bookbinding-manuscripts in medieval Codices of Tyrol-Austria (Xth EAJS Congress 2014, Paris)

In contrast to the East of Austria, its western part and especially the Genizat Tirolensia ist still widely unexplored. Until recently the Tyrolean libraries had…

Review of: Lawrence J. Mykytiuk, Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions

Review of: Lawrence J. Mykytiuk, Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions

The Philistines as intermediaries between the Aegean and the Near East, in: Th.L. Thompson, Ph. Wajdenbaum (eds.), The Bible and Hellenism. Greek Influence on Jewish and Early Christian Literature, Durham 2014, 89-101

The Philistines as intermediaries between the Aegean and the Near East, in: Th.L. Thompson, Ph. Wajdenbaum (eds.), The Bible and Hellenism. Greek Influence on…

Benjamin of Tudela in the Land of Benjamin - Three Comments on the Sites' Identification

Benjamin of Tudela in the Land of Benjamin - Three Comments on the Sites' Identification

Gnosticism and the Apostles Creed

The following exposition examines how the early Christians fought to preserve the truth. With the emergence of Christianity, almost immediately, enemies of the…

Did King David have a conscience? The History of a Concept and the Words

Did King David have a conscience? The History of a Concept and the Words
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