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YAHWEH AT ASHKELON AND CALAH? YAHWISTIC NAMES IN NEO-ASSYRIAN

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This article investigates the transcription of names containing the Yahwistic theophoric element into Neo-Assyrian in order to evaluate the claims that the names Siqda (king of Ashkelon mentioned in Sennacherib's inscriptions) and Atalia (queen of Sargon II mentioned in inscribed objects from a recently discovered royal tomb in Calah/Nimrud) contain this element.

Affiliations: 1: Deerfield, IL USA

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2002-04-01
2016-12-05

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