Jewish inscriptions and papyri
Hebrew Inscriptions
Dictionary of New Testament Background
Inscriptions: Jewish
INSCRIPTIONS AND PAPYRI: JEWISHJews, like all the inhabitants of the Roman Empire and its surroundings, used inscriptions to create a written record of events that they wished to be remembered indefinitely and papyri and ostraca to record matters of more temporary importance. Inscriptions are mainly
Dictionary of the Old Testament: Historical Books
Hebrew Inscriptions
HEBREW INSCRIPTIONSAn inscription is generally considered to be Hebrew if it is written in the classic Hebrew script of the preexilic period (ninth to sixth centuries bce) and is in the *Hebrew language. There are various types of Hebrew inscriptions, with different methods of writing and used for various