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Ahiram in a sentence

1. The Proto-Sinaitic script eventually developed into the Phoenician alphabet, which is conventionally called "Proto-Canaanite" before ca. 1050 BC. The oldest text in Phoenician script is an inscription on the sarcophagus of King Ahiram.

2. The so-called Ahiram epitaph, whose dating is controversial, engraved on the sarcophagus of king Ahiram in Byblos, Lebanon, one of five known Byblian royal inscriptions, shows essentially the fully developed Phoenician script, although the name "Phoenician" is by convention given to inscriptions beginning in the mid-11th century BC. Beginning in the 9th century BC, adaptations of the Phoenician alphabet thrived, including Greek, Old Italic and Anatolian scripts.

3. an important example is the Ahiram sarcophagus.

4. Ahiram was a son of Benjamin according to Numbers 26:38. Ahisamach or Ahisamakh, also Ahis'amach (Hebrew: אחיסמך "brother of support"), of the tribe of Dan, was the father of Aholiab according to Exodus 31:6, Exodus 35:34, and Exodus 38:23. Ahishahar is the name given to a third-generation descendant of Benjamin (the eponymous forefather of the Tribe of Benjamin) in 1 Chronicles 7:10. This figure is mentioned nowhere else in the Hebrew Bible.

5. In 1 Chronicles 8:1 he is called Aharah, and in Numbers 26:38 he is called Ahiram.

6. this early script is almost identical to the early Phoenician script on the 10th century Ahiram sarcophagus inscription.

7. Ram Krishna Kunwar was born to Ahiram Kunwar.

8. Ahiram was a son of Benjamin according to Numbers 26:38. Ahisamach or Ahisamakh, also Ahis'amach (Hebrew: אחיסמך "brother of support"), of the tribe of Dan, was the father of Aholiab according to Exodus 31:6, Exodus 35:34, and Exodus 38:23. Ahishahar is the name given to a third-generation descendant of Benjamin (the eponymous forefather of the Tribe of Benjamin) in 1 Chronicles 7:10. This figure is mentioned nowhere else in the Hebrew Bible.

9. In 1 Chronicles 8:1 he is called Aharah, and in Numbers 26:38 he is called Ahiram.

10. This collection includes the Museum's masterpiece: the sarcophagus of Ahiram, which holds the oldest text written in the Phoenician alphabet.

11. The Ahiram sarcophagus (also spelled Ahirom, ???? in Phoenician) was the sarcophagus of a Phoenician king of Byblos (c. 850 BC), discovered in 1923 by the French excavator Pierre Montet in tomb V of the royal necropolis of Byblos.

12. The sarcophagus of Ahiram was discovered by the French archaeologist Pierre Montet in 1923 in Byblos.

13. Ahiram himself is not entitled a king, neither of Byblos nor of any other city state.

14. According to a new reconstruction of the lacuna the name of Ahiram's son is to be read [Pil]sibaal, and the reading Ithobaal should be disregarded.

15. Byblos is a well-known archaeological site, a Phoenician seaport, where the tomb of Ahiram is believed to be located.

16. Byblos is a well-known archaeological site, a Phoenician seaport, where the tomb of Ahiram and the other Byblian royal inscriptions were found.

17. It was here that the first inscription in the Phoenician alphabet was found, on the sarcophagus of King Ahiram (c. 850 BC).

18. The so-called Ahiram epitaph, engraved on the sarcophagus of King Ahiram from about 1000 BC, shows a fully developed Phoenician script.

19. Also noting that the Phoenician Alphabet that we use today was first found on King Ahiram of Byblos sarcophagus that was sculpted in limestone extracted from Tartej.

20. Osorkon Bust inscription (Phoenician inscription on left and right of cartouche) Ahiram sarcophagus inscription.

21. He died in Mechi Campaign in 1771 A.D. He was born to Ahiram Kunwar.

22. Heavier objects were encased in thick double layers of concrete in situ, including the Ahiram sarcophagus with the oldest known inscription in the Phoenician alphabet;

23. Ahiram (Ashiram) Kunwar was a nobleman of the Kingdom of Kaski.

24. Ahiram Kunwar had three sons: Ram Krishna Kunwar, Jaya Krishna Kunwar and Amar Singh Kunwar.

25. A similar throne depicted on the Ahiram sarcophagus.