By Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Gesenius, Emil Kautzsch, Arthur Ernest Cowley
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W. Nowack, Lehrb. d. kebr. Archaol. I. Benzinger, Hebr. '^ (Tubingen, 1907), (^Freib. 1894), i. 262 f. ; ; ; ; pp. CK'^ Megiddo, found in 1904 [Cooke, p. 363]. * De Saulcy, Numismatique de la Terre Sainte, Par. 1874; M. A. Levy, Gesch. der jud. Miinzen, Breslau, 1862; Madden, The Coins of the Jews, Lond. 1881 Reinach, Les monnaies juives, Paris, 1888. Cf. the literature in Schiirer's Gesch. Volkes im Zeitalter J, C, Lpz. 1901, i. p. 20 ff. [Cooke, p. ]. 3 is the native name, common both to the Canaanitish tribes in Palestine and to those which dwelt at the foot of the Lebanon and on the Syrian coast, whom we call Phoenicians, while they called themselves fV3D on their coins.
1869, p. 33 ff. Stade, ZAW. 1897, p. 501 ff. (four old-Semitic seals published in 1896) Lidzbarski, Handbuch, i. 169 f. Ephemei-is, i. 10 ff. ; W. Nowack, Lehrb. d. kebr. Archaol. I. Benzinger, Hebr. '^ (Tubingen, 1907), (^Freib. 1894), i. 262 f. ; ; ; ; pp. CK'^ Megiddo, found in 1904 [Cooke, p. 363]. * De Saulcy, Numismatique de la Terre Sainte, Par. 1874; M. A. Levy, Gesch. der jud. Miinzen, Breslau, 1862; Madden, The Coins of the Jews, Lond. 1881 Reinach, Les monnaies juives, Paris, 1888. Cf.
H. ^, Tiibingen, 190-;, p.. 11 ff. ; Rothstein, Zeitschr. fur d. ev. -Unterricht, 1907, p. 188 ff. and his Grundziige des hebr. Rhythmus, Lpz. 1909 (also separately Psalmentexte u. der Text des Hohen Liedes, Lpz. 1909) W. ,' in 0. T. and Semitic Studies the in memory of W. R. Harper, i. , Chicago, 1907, according to ; ; ; whom number of syllables between the beats is only limited by the physiological Zur Metrik der alttest. Prophetenpossibilities of phonetics ; C. v. Orelli, schriften,' in his Kommentar su den kl.