The Gezer calendar is a 10th-century BCE inscribed limestone tablet discovered in excavations of the ancient Canaanite city of Gezer (Wikipedia page [1]), 20 miles west of Jerusalem, Israel. Scholars are divided as to whether the script and language are Phoenician or paleo-Hebrew. It is currently held at the Istanbul Archaeology Museums (Wikipedia page [2]).

More information on the Wikipedia page [3].

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