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- The Ahiram sarcophagus (also spelled Ahirom, 𐤀𐤇𐤓𐤌 in Phoenician) was the sarcophagus of a Phoenician king of Byblos (c. 850 BC), discovered in 1923...
- between the two. The so-called Ahiram epitaph, whose dating is controversial, engraved on the sarcophagus of king Ahiram in Byblos, Lebanon, one of five...
- indistinguishable before that time. The so-called Ahiram epitaph, engraved on the sarcophagus of King Ahiram from about 1000 BC, shows a fully developed Phoenician...
- (Tunisia) and a scarab from Tharros (Italy). A similar throne depicted on the Ahiram sarcophagus KAI 17 (photo) KAI 17 (copy) Ivory plaque with Throne of Astarte...
- text in Phoenician script is an inscription on the sarcophagus of King Ahiram. This script is the parent script of all western alphabets. By the tenth...
- Phoenician alphabet of twenty-two characters; an important example is the Ahiram sarcophagus. The use of the alphabet was spread by Phoenician merchants...
- is in both lists Ashbel, progenitor of the Ashbelites, is in both lists Ahiram, progenitor of the Ahiramites, appears in this list but not the first Shupham...
- brother of death Ahinadab Ahinoam Ahio Ahira, brother of evil, i.e. unlucky Ahiram Ahisamach Ahishahar, "the [divine] brother is dawning light" Ahishar Ahithophel...
- dialects can be split into the following: Phoenician. The main sources are Ahiram sarcophagus inscription, sarcophagus of Eshmunazar, the Tabnit sarcophagus...
- was appointed to the district of Mahanaim (1 Kings 4:14), east of Jordan. Ahiram was a son of Benjamin according to Numbers 26:38. Ahisamach or Ahisamakh...
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