Tag: Joseph Naveh
09/17 | 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…
01/02 | The Israel Antiquities Authority’s David Amit analyzes and translates a Hebrew or Aramaic mosaic inscription from the Huqoq synagogue. Read more…
Posted in Inscriptions.
- What’s the Oldest Hebrew Inscription? A Reply to Christopher Rollston
- The Oldest Hebrew Script and Language
- Joseph Naveh (1928–2011)
- Leaves from an Epigrapher’s Notebook
- A Tomb in Jerusalem Reveals the History of Crucifixion and Roman Crucifixion Methods
- Goldwasser’s Second Rebuttal
- Rollston Responds to Shanks
- Is it “Tenable”?
- Princeton Theological Seminary Statement