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It was divided into four columns that ran sinistroverse around the four sides of the statue, after which it ended on the double-bull socle underneath {frontispiece, pis. 32-51). The disposition of the Hieroglyphic text which is part of the bilingual is completely different. The inscriptions are not carved on consecutive blocks. The sequence of the text was evidendy not taken into account. The inscriptions are scattered between the relief orthostats, bases and portal sculptures. The sequence of the text was established by H.

Was there a relation between the different sections of the Hieroglyphic text and the neighbouring reliefs, which determined this lack of sequence? The answer is negative; no such connection is discernible. Is it then conceivable that the inscriptions were placed in a sequential order earlier here or elsewhere and then reinstated in this new, and, according to our logic, haphazard order? The answer is not positive but demands a somewhat detailed explanation. There have been serious attempts at clearing up the problems posed by the heterogeneity of the reliefs, earlier attributed to different master engravers, workshops and traditions (Cambel, 1948 c, pp.

Dupont-Sommer on behalf of H. Th. Bossert at the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres in Paris on 13. 2. 1948 (Dupont-Sommer 1948 a) and was followed by others (Bossert 1948 c, Dupont-Sommer 1948 b). A series of publications on the Phoenician text, with transliteration, translation and commentary, followed within the same year, 1948, and the following one, 1949, after the first year of excavation in 1947, when the Phoenician text of the North Gate was uncovered. The project of assembling the Semitists' work in one volume could not be realized, so that they appeared in a number of different periodicals (Alt 1949; Barnett —Leveen — Moss 1948; Dunand 1948, 1949; Dupont-Sommer 1948 c, 1949 a; Friedrich 1948; Gelb 1950; Gordon 1 9 4 8 49, 1949, 19582; Honeyman 1948, 1949; Leveen-Moss 1949; Levi Delia Vida 1949; Marcus-Gelb 1948, 1949; Oberman 1948, 1949 a; O'Callaghan 1949 a, 1949 b; Pedersen 1950).

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