peter_kirk at sil.org peter_kirk at sil.org
Mon Sep 20 16:02:12 EDT 1999

A form something like Shalem (sh-a-l-m) appears on the campaign 
reliefs of Rameses II on the Ramesseum at Thebes. See David Rohl "A 
Test of Time" pp.4-5. Rohl quotes Kitchen as concluding that this is a 
reference to Jerusalem. Well over 1000 years earlier than DSS, on 
Kitchen's dating.

Peter Kirk

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Subject: yrw$lym
Author:  <mc2499 at mclink.it> at Internet
Date:    18/09/1999 11:58

On a recent discussion on the form of the word Jerusalem, I have come 
across the form yrw$lym in a number of DSS, which would make it the oldest 
form we can establish.

Nicht wahr?


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