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The Tablets from Ugarit and Their Importance for Biblical Studies, Peter C. Craigie, BAR 9:05, Sep-Oct 1983. For 40 years Claude Schaeffer directed excavations at Ras Shamra in Syria. There he and his colleagues uncovered the remains of the long lost city of Ugarit, a Late Bronze Age metropolis in … Ras Shamra Tablets The cuneiform documents discovered by archaeologists (from 1929 onward) at the tell of Ras Shamra in N Syria. The site was a major Canaanite city of the third and second millennia b.c. , named Ugarit; the city was destroyed in the early twelfth century b.c. by invaders akin to the Philistines.
265. Kaperlud, The Ras Shamra Discoveries and The Old Testament, p. 15. Driver, Ugaritic and Hebrew Words, Ugaritica, VI, pp. 181–186. Ginzberg, Kitvei Ugarit, ... Ugarit, ancient city lying in a large artificial mound called Ras Shamra (Raʾs ... The texts are written on clay tablets either in the Babylonian cuneiform script or in ...
18/11/2011 · Claremont Ras Shamra Tablets and 1957.2. Home > General > Claremont Ras Shamra Tablets and 1957.2. Page 1 of 1 (12 items) This post has 11 Replies | 1 Follower Posts 10762. Reply. Denise | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Nov 16 2011 9:31 AM If you enjoy the Ugarit resources, an enjoyable blog is by Duane Smith: http Genre/Form: Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Claremont Ras Shamra tablets. Roma, Pontificium institutum biblicum, 1971 [i.e. 1972]
Ras Shamra: see Ugarit Ugarit, ancient city, capital of the Ugarit kingdom, W Syria, on the Mediterranean coast N of modern Latakia. Although the name of this city was known from Egyptian and Hittite sources, its location and history were a mystery until the accidental discovery (1928) of an ancient
cessors had read everything on all the tablets, but I soon discov-ered that there was much yet to be done. During that year, I collated some two hundred tablets, comparing the editions with the original and preparing my own (very primitive!) hand cop-ies. I became a … Ras Shamra tablets. Our difficulties are manifold in dealing with them, and we are far from finality in discussing their signifi-cance for Biblical study. For one thing, the tablets have not all been published, and in the present state of the world it is impos-sible to say when they will be entirely pub-lished, if ever. Again, of those which have