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Title: Revisiting some Phoenician-Punic inscriptions from the Maltese Archipelago : a rationale
Authors: Frendo, Anthony J.
Keywords: Inscriptions, Phoenician -- Malta
Inscriptions, Punic -- Malta
Malta -- Antiquities
Phoenician language
Punic language
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
Citation: Frendo, A.J. (2012). Revisiting some Phoenician-Punic Inscriptions from the Maltese Archipelago : a Rationale. Hebrew Bible and ancient Israel, 1, 525-534
Abstract: There are a number of Phoenician-Punic inscriptions from the Maltese Archipelago which have long been known and which proved to be very important for PhoenicianPunic studies, such as CIS I, 122 and 122 bis, which were crucial for the decipherment of the Phoenician script. Not since 1967 have such inscriptions undergone systematic study, and it is high time to revisit them in light of the advances made in PhoenicianPunic language and epigraphy, as well as because of the possible latent poetic structures embedded in them.
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