Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology

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Page 8 - He says : I have done the behests of men and the will of the gods, wherefore I have given bread to the hungry, and I have satisfied the indigent. I have followed 12. the god in his temple, my mouth hath not spoken insolently against my superior officers, there hath been no haughtiness in my step, but I have walked measuredly (gradatim), I have performed the law beloved by the king.
Page 90 - ... upon his despair of taking the place by that siege, they came to a composition with them, that they should leave Egypt, and go, without any harm to be done...
Page 92 - ... to serve as a basin or reservoir to receive the water which came down from the mountains, not only for the use of the inhabitants, and watering their lands, but also to keep the country they had subjected in greater awe by being masters of the water. This building stood like a mountain above their city, and was by them esteemed so strong that they were in no apprehension of its ever failing. The water rose to the height of almost twenty fathoms, and was kept in on every side by a work so solid,...
Page 88 - And the LORD turned a mighty strong west wind, which took away the locusts, and cast them into the Red sea; there remained not one locust in all the coasts of Egypt.
Page 71 - I am the Egg of the Great Cackler [Seb, the father of Uasar ; his emblem was the goose.] 4 I have watched this great egg which Seb prepared for the earth.
Page 4 - WRIGHT, BA, DD With Decipherment of Hittite Inscriptions by Professor SAYCE, LL.D.; a Hittite Map by Col. Sir CHARLES WILSON, FRS, and Captain CONDER, RE ; and a complete Set of Hittite Inscriptions by WH RYLANDS, FSA Royal 8vo, cloth, 17s.
Page 92 - Mareb, made a vast mound or dam9 to serve as a basin or reservoir to receive the water which came down from the mountains, not only for the use of the inhabitants, and watering their lands, but also to keep the country they had subjected in greater awe by being masters of the water. This building stood like a mountain above their city, and was by them esteemed so strong, that they were in no apprehension of its ever failing. The water rose to the height of almost...
Page 92 - There was a king of ours whose name was Timaus, in whose reign it came to pass, I know not why, that God was displeased with us, and there came unexpectedly men of ignoble birth out of the eastern parts, who had boldness enough to make an expedition into our country, and easily subdued it by force without a battle.
Page 4 - From Egypt to Palestine : Through Sinai, the Wilderness, and the South Country. Observations of a Journey made with Special Reference to the History of the Israelites. By SC BARTLETT, DD, LL.D.
Page 4 - Aus dem Jahrgange 1884 der Sitzungsberichte der phil.-hist. Classe der Kais. Akademie der Wissenschaften (CVI Bd., I.

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