Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of

Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of

Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated Temple of

Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated Temple of 'Athtar dhū-Qabḍ in Barāqish (Ancient Minaean Yathill).

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DASI: Digital Archive for the Study of pre-islamic arabian

2011. Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of ʿAthtar dhū-Qabḍ in Barāqish (Ancient Minaean Yathill). In memoriam Alessandro de Maigret. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy, 22/1: 48-58. Agostini 2012: 2012. New perspectives on Minaean expiatory texts. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies, 42: 1-12. Agostini 2015: 2015.

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Two new inscribed Storm-god stelae from Arsuz (İskenderun

now exhibited in the new Hatay Archaeological Museum. Description Two stelae, each with near-duplicate inscriptions (figs 1– 4). Obverse: figure of a Storm-god holding aloft the hand of a king. Reverse (left side-back-right side) A1: nine-line inscription; A2: eight-line inscription. Each inscription begins upper right and runs sinistroverse

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Butrint's slave manumissions: shedding new light on the

Nov 13, 2021 · Butrint's slave manumissions: shedding new light on the UNESCO World Heritage city. During 2020, 'squeezes' – copies – made in the 1930s of Butrint's exceptional inscriptions from the Sanctuary of Asclepius were rediscovered by chance. Enrico Giorgi shares the story of these texts and their facsimiles. Start. World Archaeology. November

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Bodashtart - Wikipedia

The most recently discovered inscription as of 2020 was found in the 1970s on the bank of the Bostrenos River, not far from the Temple of Eshmun. The inscription credits the King with the building of water canals to supply the temple in the seventh year of his reign. Three of Bodashtart's Eshmun temple inscriptions have been left in place; the

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Bronze Age Settlement Found Under Roman Bath Complex at

Dec 29, 2021 · Bronze Age finds from the Chilimodi site at ancient Corinth. Credit: Greek Ministry of Culture. The archaeologists believe that the public baths at Tenea were founded shortly before the middle of the second century A.D. two new construction phases followed, one in the fourth century A.D. and another in the 5th century, during which various repairs and building …

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Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of

Apr 19, 2011 · Two new inscriptions found during the recent excavation of Temple B in Barāqish are presented here. They give primary information about this temple: the god to whom it is devoted, its construction, the personalities who promoted it and the Minaean sovereign(s) under whom these operations were carried out, thus also enabling us to identify the historical period …

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Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy - ResearchGate

Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of ʿAthtar dhū‐Qabḍ in Barāqish (Ancient Minaean Yathill) Two new inscriptions found during the recent excavation of Temple B …

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Two new inscribed Khmer bronzes (K. 1218, K. 1219)

Two new inscribed Khmer bronzes (K. 1218, K. 1219) Dominique Soutif, PhD candidate1 During the past century, research has considerably refined our knowledge of Khmer temples. While many aspects have been clarified (such as their dates, their founders, their religious affiliations), it is nevertheless regrettable that work has focused

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Butrint's slave manumissions: shedding new light on the

Nov 13, 2021 · The inscriptions often show entire families numbering between two to eight individuals taking part in the ritual of freeing a slave. A good illustration of this is to be found in an inscription (n.31 in Pierre Cabanes's Corpus of Butrint Inscriptions ) that names three men and five women who granted a certain Stratonika her freedom.

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Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy: Vol 22, No 1

Apr 19, 2011 · Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of ʿAthtar dhū-Qabḍ in Barāqish (Ancient Minaean Yathill) In memoriam Alessandro de Maigret

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ALESSIO AGOSTINI | PHILOLOGY AND HISTORY OF THE …

11573/437459 - 2011 - Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated Temple of 'Athtar dhū-Qabḍ in Barāqish (Ancient Minaean Yathill). Agostini, Alessio - 01a Articolo in rivista

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(PDF) Two New Arabic Inscriptions of the Umayyad Period

Deux inscriptions grecques d' époque romaine à l' est du Jabal Ḥawrān 253 François Villeneuve 13 Méharistes et cavaliers romains dans le désert jordanien 270 Pierre-Louis Gatier 14 Goras, sanglier ou jeune lion (ou onagre) ? 298 Jean-Baptiste Yon 15 A Lead Syriac Protective Talisman 309 Sebastian Brock 16 Two New Arabic Inscriptions

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DASI: Digital Archive for the Study of pre-islamic arabian

2011. Two new inscriptions from the recently excavated temple of ʿAthtar dhū-Qabḍ in Barāqish (Ancient Minaean Yathill). In memoriam Alessandro de Maigret. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy, 22/1: 48-58. Akopyan, A.M. Akopyan 1994: 1994. The temple complex Dhat Ḥimyam on the site of Raybūn in the Wadi Dauʿan (Southern Yemen).

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Women's inscriptions recently discovered by the AFSM at

Women's inscriptions recently discovered by the AFSM at the Awāmtemple/Maḥram Bilqīs in Marib, Yemen. Maraqten The processional road between Old Mārib and the Awām temple. 2011. The Sabaic inscription A–20–216: a new Sabaean-Seleucid synchronism. By Alessia Prioletta. The pilgrimage of a Sabaean woman. By Sha-Lexington-Daley

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Remains of Subramanya Temple of Sangam period excavated at

Feb 14, 2019 · Subramanya Temple viewed from South East. Inscriptions. Number of rock inscriptions is found near the shrine. The specific three granite pillars, which lead for the discovery of the shrine, bears inscriptions of grants offered to this shrine (Ref. 1-3). Later five more inscriptions discovered (Ref. 4-8). Now three more inscriptions identified

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Two new inscribed Storm-god stelae from Arsuz (İskenderun

now exhibited in the new Hatay Archaeological Museum. Description Two stelae, each with near-duplicate inscriptions (figs 1– 4). Obverse: figure of a Storm-god holding aloft the hand of a king. Reverse (left side-back-right side) A1: nine-line inscription; A2: eight-line inscription. Each inscription begins upper right and runs sinistroverse

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I. The Art of Ajanta: Sculpture

Hinayana tradition. An inscription on the fa<;ade of the oldest chaitya­ p~'ihu, Cave 10, mentions that the r;hara-mukha (fa<;ade) was the gift of one Vasithiputa Katahadi, and that vihiira, Cave 12 Was the gift of a merchant Ghanamadada. Recently two new inscriptions have come to

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Archaeology at the Institute - New York University

Two new inscriptions brought into the museum from the surrounding area were recorded: (1) a late Hellenistic funerary stele for a woman named Artemis daughter of Eupolemos, from Ataköy, and (2) a base of the Roman period, also with a funerary text, from Antioch-on-the-Meander.

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Hamath in the Iron age: the Inscriptions

abstract - The inscriptions found in Hamath and its territory documenting its rulers in the early Iron Age include a series of Hieroglyphic Luwian monuments extending from the 11th to 9th cent. bc, a single Aramaic stele of the 8th cent., and four Assyrian stelae of the early and later 8th cent. Two of these rulers may be identified with

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