or commentator, even the mere text editor, has not in general up to now paid much attention to the archaeological context of the text, focusing only on its contents.
0 more than 3,800 years ago, at a time when the Old Testament describes Jews living in Egypt, said archaeologist and epigrapher
Douglas Petrovich of Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada.
According to the French Ministry report, epigrapher
Frederic Imbert, a professor at the University of Aix-Marseille, found the Nabatean Arabic inscription about 100 km north of Najran near the Yemeni border.
Angelos Matthaiou, the epigrapher
, said that aside from becoming one of the world's erotic graffiti, the inscriptions found also revealed that the ancient humans were literate in a very impressive level.
Freidel said that his epigrapher
, Stanley Guenter, who deciphered the text, believes that Stela 44 was originally dedicated about 1,450 years ago, in the calendar period ending in AD 564, by the Wak dynasty King Wa'oom Uch'ab Tzi'kin, a title that translates roughly as "He Who Stands Up the Offering of the Eagle.
20) It was only in 1766 that a breakthrough was made by the English explorer and epigrapher
Richard Chandler, a short, plump man who endured Olympia's mosquito-infested environs in a long dress with his head wrapped in a towel.
He brings to the presidency a record of academic accomplishment as a humanist and an international leader in the study of the ancient near east, and in particular the field of Egyptology, in which he is a noted historiographer, epigrapher
Dorman is an international leader in the study of the ancient Near East, and in particular the field of Egyptology, in which he is a noted historiographer, epigrapher
According to Maya expert and project epigrapher
Stanley Guenter, inscriptions on the front face of the stela--curated by the Cleveland Museum of Art in Ohio--clearly identify the woman as Ix Kaloomte' (lady warlord) or Lady K'abel, princess of Calakmul.
Peter Mathews, in a personal communication (2004), commented that the glyphs for serpent and centipede are nearly indistinguishable.
In short, Catherine, like a scholarly epigrapher
working with limited surviving evidence, has read her source and drawn conclusions from it--they are simply the wrong ones.
Barry Fell will be mentioned, the late marine biologist and self-taught epigrapher
who claimed to identify inscriptions in obscure alphabets on American rocks.