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S. a¯rem) in the Beth81 Shean Valley. a. Inscription No.  was incised on a sherd found on a floor surface attributed to Stratum VI in Area B. 82 b. Inscription No.  was found in room  of Building B in Area E, attributed to Stratum IV. The building appears to be part of a sanctuary complex, and at its north-eastern corner, facing a spacious courtyard, a platform with a few standing stones83 was found, with a ceramic altar nearby. The inscription was incised after firing on the shoulder of a “hippo” storage jar and reads îò[ ] [ ]òî, ‘from .

Cms overall, presented the Holy Land from a viewpoint high in the air southeast of Mt Sinai; the Mediterranean coast runs in a convex curve across the top from the Nile delta to Phoenicia. His mountain chains were the same as Ziegler’s, with the Desertum Sur connecting Mons Casius and the Gulf of Suez, and the Amorrhaeus Mons (the name Melani Montes has been dropped) running in parallel further east, culminating in Horeb montes & Sinai mons at the southern end. Mercator copies Ziegler’s bananashaped Dead Sea.

The draughtsmanship (even if Hans Holbein the Younger was involved, as Delano-Smith and Ingram think)13 makes the Israelites’ route much harder to follow than on Ziegler’s map; but Coverdale’s map similarly has the Israelites proceed east from the Red Sea to Raphidim, where they turn north via Hazeroth and Mos Sepher to Hasmona; here they turn southwest and make a circle via Mosseroth, Bne Iaekon, Gadgad, Iatbatha, Abrona, Ezeongeber and Elath until they reach Cades Barnea (very close to Hasmona), where they turn east towards Phunon, Oboth, 12 M.

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Between Evidence and Ideology: Essays on the History of Ancient Israel read at the Joint Meeting of the Society for Old Testament Study and the Oud Testamentisch Werkgezelschap Lincoln, July 2009 by Bob Becking, Lester L. Grabbe


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