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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. 012 Ostracon, Judaean Hills (date unknown) ´ ´ A. ) R. Deutsch and M. 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.
50; Biblical Period Personal Seals, 29, no. ) G. 16. [m] ’bdy. m] ’bdy. m ’bdy. 22 lˇslm. ’. 23 lˇs[l]m.
N. Avigad, “Two Hebrew ‘Fiscal’ Bullae”, IEJ 40 (1990), 262-65. ) N. Avigad, IEJ 40 (1990), 265-66 (cf. R. ) A. ) (cf. , Biblical Dan [Jerusalem, 1994], 199-201; CWSSS, 255, no. ) G. Barkay, “A Bulla of Ishmael, the King’s Son”, BASOR 290-291 (1993), 109-114. ) J. ) A. 910 Seal (provenance unknown) (forgery? ) Lemaire, Semitica 41/42 (1991-92), 74-76 (cf. CWSSS, 455, no. ) A. Lemaire, “Cinq Nouveaux Sceaux Inscrits Ouest-S´emitiques”, SEL 7 (1990), 97-101, no. 1 (CWSSS, 101, no. ) A. 914 Seal (provenance unknown) (date unknown) W.