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Addenda to Ciap I

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This chapter presents the addenda to CIAP I, with illustrations of Ashqelon 2a(1), Ashqelon 2b, Ashqelon 2c, Ashqelon 2d, and Ashqelon 14a. In Ashqelon 2a, the 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. Ashqelon 2b displays an inscrption that consists of about 19 letters. In this case the inscription is professional and represents the script of the beginning of the 4th century, not its end. Ashqelon 2c displays each line with around 18 characters. In Ashqelon 2d, above the first line an open space was left which was filled up with a simple decoration which looks like leaves or branches and geometrical elements. In Ashqelon14a , the inscription runs along the lower part of the right niche.

Keywords: Ashqelon; CIAP I; inscriptions



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