A Punic Sacrificial Tariff (1.98)
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Subject: Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World; West Semitic Canonical Compositions; Divine Focus; Incantations and Rituals

Commentary

The “Marseilles Tariff” was discovered in 1844 in the city after which it is named, where it was brought from Carthage, though at what date is unknown. Other examples of tariff inscriptions, even more fragmentary than this one, have since been found at Carthage. The heading of the inscription seems to indicate that it was or…

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Pardee, Dennis, “A Punic Sacrificial Tariff (1.98)”, in: Context of Scripture Online, Editor in Chief: W. Hallo. Consulted online on 25 June 2017 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2211-436X_cos_aCOSB_1_98>



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