Newly Discovered Inscriptions from the Earliest Days of the Kingdom of Israel; P. Kyle McCarter, PhD; September 24, 2013
Archaeological excavations in the Near East have yielded many inscriptions over the last century. Inscriptions as they relate to the time period of the 10th century B.C. in Israel, however, are not common in the archaeological record. In his presentation, P. Kyle McCarter, PhD, discusses the most recent epigraphic findings relating to the highly elusive United Monarchy period in ancient Israel.
P. Kyle McCarter (PhD 1974, Harvard University) is William Foxwell Albright Professor in Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies at Johns Hopkins University. McCarter, one of the leading experts on the origin of the alphabet and the Dead Sea Scrolls, has most recently published on the Tel Zayit abecedary.
Archaeology, Lecture Series
History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
McCarter, P. Kyle and Southern Adventist University, "Newly Discovered Inscriptions from the Earliest Days of the Kingdom of Israel; P. Kyle McCarter, PhD; September 24, 2013" (2013). Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Museum Lecture Series. 23.