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Lachish 3: Complaints and Information (3.42B)

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Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Hebrew Letters Lachish 3: Complaints and Information (3.42B) Subject: Gen 32:6; 2 Sam 11:22; 2 Kgs 5:6; 10:2; Isa 42:20; Isa 1:5; 8:18; 1:22; 5:17; 1 Sam 17:55; 1 Kgs 1:19; Jer 26:22; 37:5–11; Ezek 17:15; 29:1–16; 30:20–26; 31:1–18; Lam 4:17; 2 Kgs 6:9; Isa 7:4 Salutation (lines 1–3) Your servant Hoshayahu (hereby) reports c to my lord Yaush. May Yahweh give you the very best possible news.1 Complaint and Self-Defense ( lines 4–13) And now,2  d please explain e to your servant the meani…

Hippiatric Texts (1.106)

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Author(s): Cohen, Chaim
Subject: Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World; West Semitic Canonical Compositions; Individual Focus; Instructions Commentary The Ugaritic hippiatric texts, dating from the fourteenth to the twelfth centuries bce, have been known to the scholarly world since 1934, when the first two fragmentary copies (here referred to as B,C) were published by C. Virolleaud. Only in 1968, however, when the best preserved copy (here referred to as A) was first published in Ugaritica V, did it become clear that all three texts we…