Interpreting the Sinaitic Inscriptions in Context: A New Reading of Sinai 345 1 - 10.1628/219222713X13757034787757 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

Aren M. Wilson-Wright

Interpreting the Sinaitic Inscriptions in Context: A New Reading of Sinai 345 1

Volume 2 () / Issue 2, pp. 136-148 (13)

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This article argues that Sinai 345 is a dedicatory inscription produced by Semitic speakers during a joint Egyptian-Semitic mining expedition to Serabit el-Khadem. As such, it reflects both Egyptian and Northwest Semitic culture. It is written in an Egyptian influenced variety of Northwest Semitic, but uses a Northwest Semitic dedicatory formula.
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Aren M. Wilson-Wright Born 1988; 2016 PhD in Hebrew Bible at the University of Texas at Austin; currently a postdoctoral researcher and habilitation candidate at Universität Zürich.