Archaic hebrew script from the lintel of a tomb near Silwan, Jerusalem. It records that this is the tomb of a Royal Steward, most probably of Shesna (Steward of Hezekiah of Judah) who was rebuked in Isaiah XXII 15, 16, for erecting an ostentatious tomb for himself. From the British Museum's collection, c.8th century BC.
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