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Review of N.Abu
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Review of M.
Bernal, Black Athena Writes Backs. Journal of Near Eastern Studies
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Fakes So Bad?" Bible and Interpretation, June 2004.
Archaeological Dialogues 10/1:77-95 (2003).
Review of R.
Deutsch, Messages from the Past, Hebrew Bullae from the Time of
Isaiah Through the Destruction of the First Temple and R. Deutsch
and A. Lemaire, Biblical Period Personal Seals in the Shlomo
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