[b-hebrew] Tammuz, image of (Ezek 8:14)

Uri Hurwitz uhurwitz at yahoo.com
Sat May 1 10:43:42 EDT 2004


 Brian,
 
 The Gezer Calendar is dated to the 10trh century BCE, several hundred years before the exile.
  It does not mention Tamuz, nor any other month by name, rather it divides the year into various  agricultural periods such as harvest, late planting etc. There are quite a few translatios of this short tablet; the one in ANET ed. by Pritchard should be accessible.
 
Uri

Brian Roberts <formoria at carolina.rr.com> wrote:
Uri,

And the Gezer Calendar is definitely not post-exilic. Does it contain 
the month "Tammuz"?

Brian

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