Somebody really, really wanted the ruler of Jerusalem around 1300 BC to die. And he was probably a Hebrew.
Dr. Doug Petrovich, epigrapher and author of The World’s Oldest Alphabet and Origins of the Hebrews, explains that the curse inscription found at Jerusalem is not, as it’s been described, proto-Canaanite, but another example of very early Hebrew script—more evidence to refute the claim that Moses couldn’t have written the first five books of the Bible because the Hebrews didn’t have a written language until centuries later.
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