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I have therefore omitted the South-Arabian material from the present inquiry. 22. Cf. J. Aistleitner, Worterbuch der Ugaritischen Sprache, 1974, p. 337. 23. Cf. n. 3 above. 24. See BDB, p. 1027. 25. For references, see H. Conner and W. Rollig, Kanaandische und Aramdische Inschriften, III, 1964, pp. 24, 43. 26. Cf. Donner and Rollig, op. , I (1966), no. 8, and II (1968), p. 194. F. M. Cross (for references, see Donner and Rollig, II, p. 195). 27. See Y. Aharoni, Arad Inscriptions, 1981, p. 46. 28.
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