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The CIAP addendum (2007) contains many entries which are indicated as addenda to the previous volumes of the Corpus. There are a few inscriptions from Ashqelon and Caesarea that were discovered in the last few years. This chapter illustrates the Add. Ashqelon 2a, showing a top fragment, almost half of which is filled with a decoration of stylized trees, and two branches, one on each side, forming the frame of the decorative element.

Keywords: Ashqelon 2a; CIAP I addenda



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