Ekron Inscription


The Ekron Inscription is an ancient inscription from the Philistine city of Ekron, dating back to the 7th century BCE. The inscription is written in the Phoenician script and language, and refers to the city’s governor, who is mentioned by name.

The inscription also makes reference to the “temple of Achish,” a Philistine deity. The image of the Ekron Inscription may feature the engraved text on a stone tablet or a replica of the artifact.

The inscription provides insight into the history and culture of the Philistines, who were frequent adversaries of the Israelites during biblical times.

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