Tag: Epigrapher

The Tel Dan Inscription: The First Historical Evidence of King David from the Bible

10/22 | Few modern Biblical archaeology discoveries have attracted as much attention as the Tel Dan inscription—writing on a ninth-century B.C. stone slab (or stela) that furnished the first historical evidence of   Read more…

Posted in Artifacts and the Bible, Biblical Artifacts, Inscriptions.

What’s the Oldest Hebrew Inscription?: A Reply to Christopher Rollston

08/22 | In the May/June 2012 BAR, epigrapher Christopher A. Rollston’s “What’s the Oldest Hebrew Inscription?” rejected four contenders as candidates for the oldest Hebrew inscription: the Qeiyafa Ostracon, the Gezer Calendar,   Read more…

Posted in Inscriptions, Uncategorized.

Three Takes on the Oldest Hebrew Inscription

08/08 | In the May/June 2012 BAR, epigrapher Christopher A. Rollston’s “What’s the Oldest Hebrew Inscription?” considered four contenders as candidates for the oldest Hebrew inscription: the Qeiyafa Ostracon, the Gezer Calendar,   Read more…

Posted in Scholar’s Study.


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