BAR 38:04, Jul/Aug 2012
Early Ayin Evolves
In the earliest alphabetic inscriptions, ayin was written as a circle with a dot in the center (⊙). Later the dot was dropped, appearing as the Latin O used in Western languages today.
- BAR 38:04, Jul/Aug 2012
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- By Hershel Shanks
- Turkey’s Unexcavated Synagogues
- By Mark R. Fairchild
- “Sabbath Keepers” Inscription at Çatiören
- Did Pharaoh Sheshonq Attack Jerusalem?
- By Yigal Levin
- How Sheshonq Became Shishak
- Anatomy of a Relief
- Egyptian God Amun Welcomes His Son
- Sheshonq’s Campaign and the “Low Chronology”
- Can Archaeology Help Date the Psalms?
- By Mitchell First
- Psalms: First North American Book
- Early Ayin Evolves
- First Person: LaBianca’s Four Different Kinds of “Past”
- By Hershel Shanks
- Biblical Views: Critical Biblical Scholarship—What’s the Use?
- By Ronald S. Hendel
- Archaeological Views: The Archaeology of Scribbles
- By Davida Eisenberg-Degen
- Strata: First Revolt Shekel Sells for $1.1 Million
- Strata: How Many?
- Strata: Just for Fun: How a Modern Tabloid would Headline Events in the Bible
- Strata: The Bible in the News: Like the Birds and the Bees … and the Bunnies
- By Leonard J. Greenspoon
- Strata: Frank Lloyd Wright Designs Archaeological Museum for Baghdad
- Strata: What Is It?
- Strata: In History
- Strata: Milestones: London Ph.D. Candidate Wins Dever Prize
- Strata: Milestones: BAR Authors Among Book Prize Winners for Archaeology of Israel
- Strata: Milestones: Jane Schaberg (1938–2012)
- Strata: Visit the Israel Museum—At Home
- Strata: In Their Own Words
- Strata: Temple Mount Model Back in Jerusalem 140 Years Later
- Strata: Exhibit Watch: Another Day in Paradise
- Strata: Cartoon Caption Contest
- ReViews: The King’s Coins
- By David Hendin
- ReViews: The ABCs of Early Israel
- By Alan R. Millard
- Queries & Comments
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