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Cat 1.4 IV

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The reading of the /r/ is uncertain epigraphically, but context assures the reading. There is a pockmark, not part of the /r/r. The left and upper line of one small wedge is visible just to the right of the pock mark. When a sharp light is shone directly from the right, there seems to be hints of lowest interior of a small horizontal part above the later. The final /h/ has four werges. All that is left of the letter at the break is the upper left corner of a single vertical. But the context assures the reading of /s/. The right tip of a horizontal is presented on the broken left edge of column. Epigraphically uncertain, but parallels assure the reading, only the right wedge is nearly complete, with the right side of the middle wedge practically removed.

Keywords: Cat1.4; epigraphic; pockmark; Ugaritic Baal Cycle; wedges



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