Gezer Calender

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Mark Cartwright
by oncenawhile
published on 09 January 2018
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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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