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Three paleo-Hebrew Inscriptions carved in stone and found during the excavations on Mount Gerizim. The divine name YHWH appears on the center inscription—Click Here for a detailed view.
The Samaritan Temple on Mount Gerizim was first built around 450 BC, rebuilt around 200 BC, and then destroyed by John Hyrcanus ca. 110 BC.
The inscriptions are now displayed in the Good Samaritan Inn Museum on the road between Jerusalem and Jericho.