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|Inscription Number||Site Name||Medium||Language/Type||Execution||Preservation||Remarks||Transcription||Dimensions|
|8641||Gaza, Merdan er Zeid, east of Gaza||Greek inscription||incised||unknown||Christian inscription found in tomb west of the hall above Jeremiah's grotto. Stone possibly in secondary use.||Transcription Not Published|
|8642||Gaza, Merdan er Zeid, east of Gaza||crosses with inscription||incised||unknown||cross accompanying insc. 8641 inside tomb||Transcription Not Published|
|8643||Gaza, Merdan er Zeid, east of Gaza||Arabic inscription||incised||unknown||inscribed upon pillar of courtyard of Oulâd Y'akub||Transcription Not Published|
|8644||Gaza, Merdan er Zeid, east of Gaza||Latin inscription||incised||unknown||inscribed on column base of gallery of Haram esh sherif, Temple Mount||Transcription Not Published|
|8645||Ramleh, Israel||Greek inscription||incised||unknown||inscription on a capital from Niane, a village close to Ramleh||Transcription Not Published|
|8646||Ramleh, Israel||Arabic inscription||incised||poor||fragment of a Cufic inscription||Transcription Not Published|
|8647||Amwas (Emmaus), Israel||Phoenician inscription||incised||unknown||two lines separated by a horizontal stroke. Clermont-Ganneau states that the use of Archaic Hebrew (Phoenician) in the 5th-6th C. is an artificial archaism. inscribed on capital of a church.||Transcription Not Published|
|8648||Amwas (Emmaus), Israel||Greek inscription||incised||unknown||inscribed on capital of a church.||Transcription Not Published|
|8649||Amwas (Emmaus), Israel||masons' marks||incised||unknown||incised on top of column shaft of church||Transcription Not Published|
|8650||Gaza, Merdan er Zeid, east of Gaza||Greek inscription||incised||unknown||found in ruins of church outside Damascus Gate, Old City. Crusader period.||Transcription Not Published|