Archaeology of Israel Further reading Albright, W. Volume — Original description of the find. An up-to-date linguistic analysis of this text.
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Quote: "The first thing to consider when examining an ancient inscription is whether it was discovered in context or not. It is obvious that a document purchased on the antiquities market is suspect. If it was found in an archeological site, one should note whether it was found in its primary context, as with the inscription of King Achish from Ekron , or in secondary use, as with the Tel Dan inscription.
Of course texts that were found in an archaeological site, but not in a secure archaeological context present certain problems of exact dating, as with the Gezer Calendar. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Andersen, A. Linguistic Studies in Phoenician, ed. Robert D. Holmstedt and Aaron Schade Winona Lake : Oxford University Press. Volume — Original description of the find. An up-to-date linguistic analysis of this text. Dever, William G.
Meyers, — New York: Oxford University Press, Pardee, Dennis. External links Details of the calendar including transcription and translation.
Archived 4 February at the Wayback Machine Another translation and a picture of the calendar.
Calendario de Gézer
Gezer calendar explained
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