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" polished as if by hard rubbing. The characters are in cameo raised from two to four lines, separated by horizontal framings also in relief: they are sharply and well cut. The first thing which strikes the observer is, that they must date from the metal... "
Unexplored Syria: Visits to the Libanus, the Tulúl El Safá, the Anti-Libanus ... - Page 335
by Sir Richard Francis Burton, Charles Frederick Tyrwhitt Drake - 1872
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Our Work in Palestine: Beig an Account of the Different Expeditions Sent Out ...

Palestine Exploration Fund - Palestine - 1873 - 343 pages
...separated by horizontal framing, also in relief" (we are following the account given by Captain Burton). "They are sharply and well cut. The first thing which...from the metal age, and that they are the work of a civilized race." The first stone has three lines. It is in the Christian quarter, in the house of Khwajah...
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Our work in Palestine: an account of the different expeditions sent out to ...

Palestine exploration fund - 1873
...separated by horizontal framing, also in relief" (we are following the account given by Captain Burton). "They are sharply and well cut. The first thing which...from the metal age, and that they are the work of a civilized race." The first stone has three lines. It is in the Christian quarter, in the house of Khwajah...
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The Khita and Khita-Peruvian Epoch: Khita, Hamath, Hittite, Canaanite ...

Hyde Clarke - Hittites - 1877 - 88 pages
...found an inscription in Aleppo. The material of the Hamath stones is compact black basalt (Burton), polished as if by hard rubbing. The characters are...framings, also in relief. They are sharply and well 'cut. Mr R. Biddulph Martin confirmed this from inspection in the Museum of the Seraglio at Constantinople,...
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The Life of a Citizen at Home & in Foreign Service

Jeremiah Augustus Johnson - Lawyers - 1915 - 292 pages
...their work entitled Unexplored Syria. They also took impressions of these inscriptions and say: '' The characters are in cameo raised from two to four lines, separated from horizontal framings also in relief. The first thing that strikes the observer is that they must...
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