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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

Tablets, Cappadocian

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Cuneiform tablets, dating from 2300 B.C., recently discovered at Kara-Euyuk near Caesarea, recording a settled Semitic community, and early connection of Hebrews with Semites of Palestine. They corroborate Babylonian records of a Semitic conquest from Palestine, 2225 B.C., and show inhabitants of Palestine at Abraham's migration, 2100 B.C., to be an older branch of same Semitic stock.

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Entry for 'Tablets, Cappadocian'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. 1910.

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