inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai

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by , [ ] : Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1977
StatementAvraham Negev.
SeriesQedem ; 6)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 83/6619 (D)
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4762577M
LC Control Number78109593

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Please feel free to contact us for an accurate human English. The inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai Author Negev, Avraham. Bibliographic Information MARC Record Personal Author: Negev, Avraham. Title: The inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai / Avraham Negev. Publication info: Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society [distributor], AVRAHAM NEGEV, THE INSCRIPTIONS OF WADI HAGGAG, SINAI, Qedem, Vol.

6, THE INSCRIPTIONS OF WADI HAGGAG, SINAI (), pp. Buy Access; Help; About; Contact Us; Cookies; Encyclopedias | Text editions. Buy The inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai (Qedem) by Avraham Negev (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Avraham Negev. (From the back cover) Egypt, Judaism, and the history of the alphabet intersect in Deciphering The Proto-Sinaitic Script.

From its initial appearance, in around the 18th century BC, the origins of proto–Sinaitic writing can be traced back to Egypt’s. also to include in the data of many published inscriptions, from the Corpus Inscriptionum Semiticarum, from the book by Abraham Negev on the inscrip-tions from one main site Wadi Haggag in Eastern Sinai, and certain other inscriptions.8 Moreover, I was able to undertake one further expedition to the Negev desert in the South of Israel.

: The Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag [Qedem, 6.]: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. About Nabatean, Greek, Latin, Hebrew-Aramaic, Coptic, Armenian, and Thamudic rock-cut inscriptions were photographed in in a section of Wadi Haggag in western Sinai; of them are published here.

They include Nabatean and pre-Christian Greek graffiti written by Nabateans in the. Maintenant disponible sur - Hardcover - Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem - - Etat du livre: Fine - pages: illustrations ; 28 cm.

About Nabatean, Greek, Latin, Hebrew-Aramaic, Coptic, Armenian, and Thamudic rock-cut inscriptions were photographed in in a section of Wadi Haggag in western Sinai; of them are published here.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Negev, Avraham. Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai. Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society [distributor], Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

The inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. The Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai. [SERIES]: Qedem: Monographs of the Institute of Archaeology - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - 6.

Prof. Michael E. Stone's Rock Inscription Project. Thousands of inscriptions from Sinai and Israel Sites. Displaying of results. Site: 0 Location: unknown Site Name: Sinai Medium: Site: 1 Location: Haggag 3 Site Name: Wadi Haggag Medium: sandstone Site: 2 Location: Ras Muhammad Site Wadi Haggag Medium: sandstone Site: 7.

Isopsephy in a Greek Inscription from Wadi Haggag, Sinai Author: Adam Łajtar Pages: pp. Text and descriptions --Mt. Sinai inscriptions --Wadi Leja inscriptions --Wadi Mukatab inscriptions --Wadi Haggag inscriptions Indexes to Armenian inscriptions --Appendix I: The Georgian inscriptions --Appendix II: The Latin inscriptions.

Series Title: Harvard Armenian texts and. The god El is mentioned at least three times in the Proto-Sinaitic inscriptions in Serabit (Sinai, ), and once in Wadi el-Hôl. The god El plays a central role in the Book of Judges. See recently André Lemaire, The Birth of Monotheism—The Rise and Disappearance of Yahwism (Washington, DC: Biblical Archaeology Society, ), pp.

The Moses Sinai inscription dates to BC (the year of the Exodus) The Exodus documented in the Sinai Inscriptions The Hebrew Oppression and Exodus Story as witnessed in the Sinai Inscriptions Digging up Bible stories.

The Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai (Qedem, 6), Jerusalem, The Hebrew University of JerusalemThe Pilgrim Routes to Mount Sinai and the Armenians ; Uzi DAHARI, Monastic Settlements in South.

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Negev: The Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai (Qedem 6), Jerusalem,pp. The Wadi el-Hol inscriptions (Arabic: وادي الهول ‎ Wādī al-Hawl 'Ravine of Terror') were carved on the stone sides of an ancient high-desert military and trade road linking Thebes and Abydos, in the heart of literate Egypt.

They have been dated to somewhere between and BC. Wadi Haggag H Arm Wadi Mukatab M Arm Mount Sinai (Jebel Musa) S Arm Wadi Leja L Arm A-Tor A-T Arm 1 The number of pilgrim graffiti from Jerusalem is low, but may be expected to increase as excavations continue.2 The same is true of Armenian pilgrim inscriptions which may turn up at other sites in Israel.

S Arm 33 irnu, MOV UkU SES. Thamudic rock-cut inscriptions were photographed in in a section of Wadi Haggag in western Sinai; of them are published here. They include Nabatean and pre-Christian Greek graffiti written by Nabateans in the 2nd-3rd centuries CE, a Greek inscription of the early 4th century, and Greco-Christian, Jewish, Armenian.

The easternmost group of inscriptions published here is less than 1 km. distant from the inscriptions of Wadi Haggag itself. There are five groups of inscriptions in this sec tion of the ancient road, spreading over about 6 km. Group A, 'Rock of Crosses' (map ref. ), just east of the road. (PL 7:B).

nan wnn m ura tiiw Peace. Wadi Haggag (Sinai) Wadi Ibtah (Coastal Plain) Wadi an-Nar (Judaea) Yavneh (Coastal Plain) Yotvata (Negev) Zoora (Negev) Searching "synagogue" will bring up any inscription documented to have been found in a synagogue (but not those explicitly mentioning a synagogue; for that use the Text/Translation search); searching "daughter" will bring.

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Fіnd ѕ оf bооkѕ іn оrdеr tо rеаd оnlіnе аnd gеt frее еBооkѕ. The whole space from Hazeroth to the sacred Mount Sinai, running between mountains on the right and left through that valley {e.g. Wadi Haggag}, is full of commemorative records {monumentis, viz.

another series of Sinaitic inscriptions}. Haggag 3: Site Name: Wadi Haggag: Area Code: L: UTM Coordinates: ITM Coordinates: Medium: sandstone: Description: Hadbe m. northwest of Rock 1. Nabatean inscriptions and rock drawings are preserved on the western side of the rock (Stone, Notebook II 34; Sinai Diary 60).

The inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai by: Negev, Avraham Published: () Eremitismo e habitat rupestre: atti del VI Convegno internazionale sulla civiltà rupestre in ricordo di Giusppe Giacovazzo: Savelletri di Fasano (BR), novembre Published: ().Georgian Sinaitic graffiti inscriptions were discovered in the Wadi Mukattab and Wadi Haggag areas, both major routes of pilgrim-traffic in the Byzantine and Early Islamic period.

Most of these Georgian inscriptions are carved out in relatively low, easily accessible places.Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai [Qedem, 6] (Jan 1, ) al-'Arif bi-Llah Ta'ala Abu al-Hajjaj al-Aqsuri (The Great Saint Abou El Haggag Eloksory) by Muhammad Abduh al-Haggagi () The Inscriptions of Wadi Haggag, Sinai.

by AVRAHAM. NEGEV (Jan 1, ).