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Part of a Letter Addressed to the King of Egypt (RS 16.078) (3.45O)

(403 words)

Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Ugaritic Letters; Outgoing Correspondence To Other Courts (15) Part of a Letter Addressed to the King of Egypt (RS 16.078) (3.45O) 1 Subject: Exod 20:12 Reference to a Previous Communication from the Addressee (lines 1–8) And according to the word of the Sun, the great king, my master, to ʿṮT, the [X] of the messengers of his servant:2 “[…] your master that he must ḪP(N) my messengers (when they are) with him,” so [will] your servant [do] when the messenger-party o…

Mutual Assistance (RS 18.075) (3.45L)

(344 words)

Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Ugaritic Letters; Outgoing Correspondence To Other Courts (12) Mutual Assistance (RS 18.075) (3.45L) 1 […] Greetings ( lines 1´ -2´) May it be w[ell with you.] May [the gods] gua[rd you, may they keep] you [well]. […]2 I’ll Scratch Your Back, You Scratch Mine ( lines 15´ -23´) Now as for your servant, let him be empowered to speak (for you) to me! Whatever your desire may be (concerning something) that you lack, I will have it delivered to my brother. And I…

[From the King of Ugarit?] to the Hittite Emperor (RS 94.5015) (3.45P)

(598 words)

Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Ugaritic Letters; Outgoing Correspondence To Other Courts (16) [From the King of Ugarit?] to the Hittite Emperor (RS 94.5015) (3.45P) 1 Subject: Amos 1:3; 30:18; Ps 62:12 The Writer Refers to his Sovereign’s Promises (lines 1–12) […] SAY […] twice […] GO […] to ʾAnzaḫu, I, even I, your servant. I will give donkeys, I will give troops (to be) with him.”2 Moreover, the Sun, the great king, my master, said: “I will cause (him) to return and he will ML.”3 Then, (because of) this, there was n…

ʿAmmurāpiʾ to the King of Egypt(RS 34.356) (3.45N)

(296 words)

Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Ugaritic Letters; Outgoing Correspondence To Other Courts (14) ʿAmmurāpiʾ to the King of Egypt (RS 34.356) (3.45N) 1 First Address (lines 1–2) [To the Sun, the] great [king], king of kin[gs], [my master], say: Message of ʿAmmurāpiʾ, [your servant]. First Body ( lines 3–8) […] NMY, [your] messenger, has arrived […] [the Sun], the great king, my master, to [me …]. Then I, your servant, greatly re[joiced? …] my good master […] the Sun, my master, has sent […] the [Su]n, the gre…

ʿAmmiṯtamru, King of Ugarit, to the King of Egypt (RIH 78.3+30) (3.45M)

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Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Ugaritic Letters; Outgoing Correspondence To Other Courts (13) ʿAmmiṯtamru, King of Ugarit, to the King of Egypt (RIH 78.3+30) (3.45M) 1 Subject: Isa 11:4–5; Ps 23:3; 45:5; Ezek 26:7; Dan 2:37; Ezra 7:12; Exod 20:17 Address and Prostration Formulae (lines 1–6) [To the Sun],2 the great king, the king of Egypt, the [goo]d [king], the just king, ee the [king of k]ings,3  ff master of all lands, […],4 say: Message of [ʿAmmiṯtam]ru,5 your servant. At my [master’s] feet I fa[ll]. Greetings…