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Na'aman, N. 1974. Sennacherib's "Letter to God" on His Campaign to Judah. BASOR 214: 25-39. Na'aman, N. 1977-78. Looking for KTK. WO 9: 220-237. Na'aman, N. 1979a. Sennacherib's Campaign' to Judah and the Date of the LMLK Stamps. VT 29: 61-86. Na'aman, N. 1979b. The Brook of Egypt and Assyrian Policy on the Egyptian Border. Tel Aviv 6: 68-90. Na'aman, N. 1986. Hezekiah's Fortified Cities and the KMLK Stamps. BASOR 261:5-21. Na'aman, N. 1987. The Negev in the Last Century of the Kingdom of]udah.

Forced Participation in Alliances 25 defeated his enemies. The kingdoms located on both sides of the Jordan immediately surrendered: they were only too happy to become vassals of the remote king of Assyria, rather than remaining vassals of their next-door oppressing neighbor, the king of Aram. However, the relief was only temporary. Assyria was absent from the west in years 802-797 BCE, and Damascus had enough time to recover and to try to regain its former influence. The Syro-Hittite states were under Assyrian rule, and the crystallization of a new Syro-Anatolian coalition hardly was possible at that time.

The new text proves that Astour's presentation of Hamath as an independent state that came to an agreement with Assyria (1971:note 3, 384) is untenable. Following the campaign of 841 BCE, Hamath became a vassal state, like all the other Syro-Hittite kingdoms. 5. Astour's suggestion (1971:383-389) that Joram was wounded while fighting the Assyrians (and not the Arameans) is not convincing. His explanation for Hosea 10:14 is open for criticism; see Elat 1975:31-32, note 25; Lipinski 1979:76, note 83.

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