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Serabit el-Khadim Inscription



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Description:
This is another inscription from Serabit El-Khadim discovered by Petrie. The letter at the top is 'aleph' and below that is the letter 'beyt' spelling the Semitic word 'av' meaning 'father.'

Era:
Early Semitic Script

Image Credit:
Prof. James R. (Jim) Harris and Dann W Hone

Date of Inscription:
c. 1500 BCE

Location of Discovery:
Serabit el-Khadim, Sinai Penninsula

Date of Discovery:
Early 20th Century

Current Location:
Serabit el-Khadim, Sinai Penninsula

Language:
Unknown Semitic (Many Semitic words are common among many differnt tribes)

Writing Surface:
Stone

Transliteration:
A B ? M ? (left side, top to bottom)
? M Ah A M? (bottom, left to right)

Translation:
TBD

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