The front of the statuette uses the lapwing Rekhyt bird to say: A text in connection with Hammurabi mentions Caphtorite k[a-a]p-ta-ri-tum fabric that was sent to Mesopotamia via Mari.
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The Caphtorites are mentioned in the Table of Nations , Genesis 10: While this interepretation agrees with tradition placing Caphtor in Egypt it disregards the tradition that it was a coastland iy rendered island in some Bible translations and more precisely Caphutkia and this contradiction is noted in Osborne.
Anoxia asiatica Desbrochers, 1871. Geography and etymology Cilicia extended along the Mediterranean coast east from Pamphylia, to the Nur Mountains, which separated it from Syria.1st Chronicles 20 - Capture of Rabbah / Philistine Giants Killed
In antiquity, Cilicia [note 1] was the south coastal region of Asia Minor and existed as a political entity from Hittite times into the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia during the late Byzantine Empire. Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded...
In the Bible, the Cherethites and Pelethites Hebrew: References  de Jong, Y. Anoxia beetle topic Anoxia is a genus of dung beetle in the family Scarabaeidae.
Cambridge University Press, pp. Project editor in chief and administrator: Member feedback about Palestinians: Member feedback about Cherethites and Pelethites: The Avim, Avvim Hebrew: Sargon appears as a legendary figure in Neo-Assyrian literature of the 8th to 7th centuries BC.
Sargon of Akkad topic Sargon of Akkad ; Akkadian: Of note, Chapter 1 covers the execration texts, as well as the Nine bows of the Theban tomb of Surer, including Tutankhamun's Nine bows' clay impression seal of Anubis that sealed his tomb. He is also soothsayer and magician, creating sacred words and spells, in part because there is an association in many cultures of metalworking deities with magic. A New Investigation Leiden: It was once the centre of the Minoan civilisation c.
Tradition regarding the location of Caphtor was preserved in the Aramaic Targums and the commentary of Maimonides which place it at Caphutkia in the vicinity of Damietta  at the eastern edge of the Nile delta near classical Pelusium and by the tenth century commentator Saadia Gaon and Benjamin of Tudela , the twelfth-century Jewish traveller from Navarre, who both wrote that Damietta was Caphtor. Masoretic Text 10th century Dead Sea Scrolls: