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A Letter of Enna-Dagan (3.90)

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Author(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; Akkadian Archival Documents; Letters; Ebla Commentary The city of Ebla ruled a considerable territory in western Syria during the third millennium; for an overview of its history and a brief bibliography see Milano 1995. For fuller bibliographies see Beld, Hallo and Michalowski 1984; Baffi Guardata, Baldacci and Pomponio 1987, 1989, 1993, 1997. The language of Ebla was neither purely Akkadian (East Semitic) nor certifiably West Semitic. It combined element…

The Triple Topographical List of Thutmose III (1479–1425 bce) (4.1)

(2,959 words)

Author(s): Kitchen, K. A.
Commentary Subject: Megiddo – Josh; Gen 14:15; 2 Chr 24:23; 2 Kgs 16:10; 1 Chr 5:16; Josh 9:10, etc.; Josh 11:1, etc.; Kinnerot; Josh 19:26; Josh 21:30; Taʿanach; Josh 19:26; Judg 1:31; Josh 19:19; Josh 19:46; 2 Chr 2:15 [Eng 2:16]; Ezra 3:7; Jonah 1:3; Josh 19:45; Josh 21:24; 1 Chr 6:54 [Eng 6:69]; Josh 11:22; 1 Sam 5:8; 1 Sam 7:14; 1 Sam 17:4; 1 Sam 52; 1 Sam 21:10–15; 1 Sam 27:6; 2 Sam 1:20; Amos 6:2; 1 Chr 18:1; 2 Chr 11:8; 2 Chr 26:6; Num 34:7–9; Josh 13:5; 1 Kgs 8:65; 2 Kgs 14:25; Ezek 47:16; Josh 19:26; Josh 19:25 Thutmose III’s topographical list is preserved at Karnak in the temple of Ame…