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8 of the Museum Haaretz, Tel Aviv (June, and is published here with the kind permission of the Museum's director, Dr. C. Elperin. 1966), The original contains several references to works in modern Hebrew, H. Reviv, particularly 1-7. Tarbiz, XXIII (1963/1964), 2. For an excellent introduction to the letters, see E. F. , BA, XXIII (1960), 2-22, which contains references to major publications and discussions of the texts. Recently MI. F. Ala chapter entitled "The Amarna Letters from Palestine" bright has contributed to the revised edition of the Cambridge Ancient History (Fasc.
SAG, the prince of Gitipadalla: "May the king [let me] see the [destruction] of Milkilu [and La]b'ayu" (249:15-17). 8The allies thus provided a considerable threat to Egypt, controlling, as they did, the northwest (Tagu in Carmel), the center (Lab'ayu in Shechem), and the southwest (Milkilu in Gezer). Unfortunately we do not know the reasons 4. R. A. S. , and frontispiece, Fig. 4. See esp. W. F Albright, BASOR, No. , 1943), pp. 28-30, and A. Malamat, Scripta Hierosolymitana, VIII (1961), 228-31.
Gives us Tagu's homeland; the exact location of Ginti-carmel is unknown, but it is, of course, in the Carmel region. We have three letters from Tagu himself (264-265 and probably 266), in which he tells the Pharaoh that he has tried to keep the caravans moving, and protests his undying loyalty. oo St. y WestSection N-- Fig. 14. Simplified section on the west edge of Field II, Area 1. Refer to the text for explanations. At any rate, when Amenophis III sent troops and took some property from Milkilu a similar This defection on the part Lab'ayu, escaped punishment.