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Shukrun and Y. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 45, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 46, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 47, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 49-51, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 51-53, no. 22 (cf. Biblical Period Personal Seals, 31, no. ) Deutsch and Heltzer, Forty New Inscriptions, 54-55, no. 23 (cf. Biblical Period Personal Seals, 74, no. 935 Seal (provenance unknown) (Philistine? Lemaire) (10th/early 9th cent.