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Recommendation to Aid Two Benefactors (3.48)

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Author(s): Porten, Bezalel
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Aramaic Letters; The Jedaniah Archive From Elephantine Commentary This bipartite letter of recommendation (Cairo J. 43472 [ TAD A4.3]) set forth in the first half the benefit that Djeḥo and Ḥor had bestowed upon the writer, the scribe and leader Mauziah (lines 3–5), and in the second half recommended that upon their arrival at Elephantine they be handsomely reimbursed (lines 5–11). The Troop Commander of Elephantine arrested Ma…

Papyrus Harris 500 (1.49)

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Author(s): Fox, Michael V.
Subject: Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World; Egyptian Canonical Compositions; Individual Focus; Love Poems Commentary BM 10060 (HPBM 2, pls. XLI-XLVI). The manuscript is a sort of literary anthology, containing two stories (“The Doomed Prince” and “The Capture of Joppa”), a mortuary song (the “Harper’s Song”) and three groups of love songs. Papyrus Harris 500 (1.49) Subject: Cant 2:15; Cant 5:1; 8:2b; Cant 2:5; 5:8; Cant 7:9; Cant 4:12–5:1 ( Girl) ( Number 4)My heart is not yet done with your love,my wolf cub! a Your liquor is your lovemaking.1  b I will not abandon itu…

Talmiyānu to His Mother Ṯarriyelli (RS 15.008) (3.45A)

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Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; West Semitic Archival Documents; Letters; Ugaritic Letters; Correspondence Between Members of the Royal Family (1) Talmiyānu to His Mother Ṯarriyelli (RS 15.008) (3.45A) 1 Subject: 2 Kgs 19:10; Num 6:24, 26; Ps 40:12; Isa 42:6; Job 8:6; Ezra 4:12, 13; 5:8; Dan 3:18; 1 Kgs 2:19; Num 6:25; Pss 31:17; 67:2; 119:135; Dan 9:17; Mal 3:20; Deut 24:5; Prov 10:1; Gen 43:27–28; 2 Kgs 4:26 Address (lines 1–3) Message of Talmiyānu: To Ṯarriyelli, my mother, say:2 a  Greetings ( lines 4–6) May it be well with you. May the gods of Uga…