Three Epigraphic Finds from Tall Jalul, Jordan
The 2009 excavation season at Tall Jalul, Jordan, unearthed three inscribed objects: (1) half of an unusual stamp seal with Hebrew script and part of a scene that may consist of a worshipper in front of a stand, (2) an Ammonite ceramic bulla, and (3) a fragment of an Ammonite ostracon. All three were found in Field D, but not in clear stratigraphic contexts.1 However, palaeographic analysis suggests the rough dating of these inscriptions: seal—eighth-seventh centuries b.c.; bulla and ostracon—seventh-sixth centuries b.c.
Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
Gane, Roy and Goulart, C, "Three Epigraphic Finds from Tall Jalul, Jordan" (2012). Faculty Publications. 124.