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By Leslie Threatte

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Sterling Dow, who initially prompt this venture and inspired and supported it for greater than 3 a long time, won't regrettably be current for the looks of the second one quantity, even supposing he used to be conscious that its printing had all started earlier than his passing in January of 1995. To Professor Dow i want back to supply distinct thank you and in addition to teach my gratitude to the past due Professors James Oliver and Eugene Vanderpool. those 3 wonderful contributors of a iteration of yankee epigraphers now long gone have vastly furthered the creation of this Grammar, they usually have served as a resource of notion not just to me yet to a complete new release of my contemporaries who've grew to become to epigraphical learn. I thank Kevin Clinton for facilitating my entry to the various Attic inscriptions at Eleusis, and with no his aid I definitely wouldn't have been capable of find a number of the inscriptions i wanted to check. Sara Aleshire, during this quantity as within the first, has proved of helpful assist in such a lot of methods, and with her i want to say in particular from the various who've assisted within the education of this quantity Angelos Matthaiou, Ronald Stroud, and Steven Tracy. Professor Michael Meier-Brügger and Professor Volkmar Schmidt have been variety adequate to learn the manuscript in facts, and that i wish to thank either one of them for offering me with various feedback and corrections. As within the previous quantity Professor Schmidt dropped at endure back his titanic studying and kept me from many an errors. blunders which stay are completely my very own.

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A. Negev (1982) 157; vgl. auch HAIMAN IEJ 39 (1989) 185. , _ . V gl. a. 33f. Tab. 1 und 2. Ein ähnliches Bild ergibt die Auswertung der sog. spätbyzantinischen Zeit, vgl. dazu HILLEL Negev (1982) 182f. Im Nordwest- und im Nordost-Negev erübrigte sich die Anlage von Terrassenmauern, da hier ausgedehnte ebene Lößflächen filr die landwirtschaftliche Nutzung zur Verfügung standen. ZOHARY IEJ 4 (1954) 20; RON lEJ 16 (1966) 34; DE GEUS PEQ 107 (1975) 68f. Allgemein dazu HOPKINS BA 50 (1987) 182-185. HAIMAN IEJ 39 (1989) 185.

Negev (1982) 99; HILLEL Negev (1982) 146. 98 PALMER Desert II (1871) 367. 99 So noch ZOHARY IEJ 4 (1954) 24. ; BA 22 (1959) 95. Allerdings scheint GLUECK davon auszugeben, daß das Wasser an den Steinhaufen selbst gesammelt und von dort weitergeleitet wurde. a. Ktavim 911-2 (1958) 107-129. a. Negev (1982) 95-147. 102 MAYERSON BASOR 160 (1960) 27-37, hier 27; lo'gl. DERS. BASOR 153 (1959) 19-31; DERS. Ancient Agricultural Regime (1961); DERS. BASOR 178 (1965) 69. 103 Zur Kritik an der Siebt MAYERSON's vgl.

MESHEL EI 15 (1981) 358-371. Möglicherweise dienten sie gleichzeitig als Wegrnarkierungen, so AVNER ESI 7-8 (1988/89) 116. 60 §7 Verkehrsverbindungen Kapitel 2 Umwelt nem vergleichsweise dünn besiedelten Gebiet wie dem Negev - zu den verschiedenen Epochen durch Wege miteinander verbunden waren. Solche Verbindungen können jedoch lediglich als Nebenstraßen betrachtet werden. Charakteristikum von Hauptstraßen ist, daß zunächst die Straße existierte ~nd diese Straße die Gründung weiterer Siedlungen in ihrem Verlauf nach steh zog.

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