SV: [b-hebrew] Re: Samaritan-Hebrew Schism

Thomas L. Thompson tlt at
Sun Mar 20 06:16:56 EST 2005

For the excavation report see: Y. Magen, H. Misgav and LTsefania, Mount Gerizim Excavations I: The Aramaic, Hebrew and Samaritan Inscriptions (Jerusalem, 2004) in Hebrew and English.
Thomas L. Thompson
University of Copenhagen

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	Emne: RE: [b-hebrew] Re: Samaritan-Hebrew Schism

	Reference has been made by several to Yitzhak Magen's excavations on Mount
	Gerizim, where the remains of the Samaritan Temple have been discovered.  I
	read somewhere that he was (is?) assembling a book for publication at the
	end of 2004 dealing with the around 500 discovered Samaritan inscriptions,
	and around 13,000 coins, which date the precinct from early 6th century (!)

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