Gezer Calender

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by oncenawhile
published on 09 January 2018

The Gezer Calendar stone. The stone, possibly dating to the 10th century BCE, carries an inscription in Phoenician or Hebrew outlining a series of dates and accompanying agricultural tasks. It was discovered and deciphered by R.A.S.Macalister. (Archaeological Museum, Istanbul)

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