Seal of Shema, Servant of Jereboam

Illustration

William Brown
by Mark Lidzbarski
published on 30 January 2020

An ancient Israelite stamp seal from Megiddo, excavated in 1904 CE. The text says, "Belonging to Shema, servant of Jereboam." Accompanying the text is the image of a roaring lion facing left.

Image taken from Mark Lidzbarski, Ephemeris für semitische Epigraphik (Verlag von Alfred Töpelmann: Giessen, 1908), 140.

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