BASOR

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BASORBulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
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(37) Critically, two of the senior-most insurgents, Masae Useng and Sapaeing Basor, will send representatives to the talks.
Part Two of the book, "The Scribe and Literacy," expands on the abovecited BASOR article ("Scribal Education in Ancient Israel") to provide the author's detailed refutation both of those who would assert that ancient Israel had virtually universal literacy and those who would deny that Israel had formal education of any recognizable kind.
Hoards of Silver Jewelry from Tel Miqne-Ekron," BASOR 311, pp.
Sukenik, "The Composite Bow of the Goddess Anath," BASOR 107 (1947): 11-15.
Cross published a portion of 4QSAMa in his important study, "A New Qumran Fragment related to the Original Hebrew Underlying the Septuagint," BASOR, Vol.
Brownlee, |The Servant of the Lord in the Qumran Scrolls II', BASOR 35 (1954), 33-38 (p.
Idem, "The Early Alphabetic Inscriptions from Sinai and Their Decipherment," BASOR 110 (1948): 21.
"Man and Beast in Chalcolithic Cyprus," BASOR 282-283, pp.