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This classic tee offers plenty of room and is ideal for most body types. Contoured and side seamed for a feminine fit ITEM RUNS SMALL.
100% preshrunk cotton (heather gray is 90% cotton/10% polyester. Heather Pink, Purple, Coral & Black are 50% cotton/50% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5.0 oz (midweight)
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Double-stitched seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist
Durable and reliable
Available in a wide variety of colors
Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
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About the designer
The Megiddo Seal was discovered in 1904 by an archaeological team led by Gottlieb Schumacher. The discovery was determined to be a seal belonging to a royal minister in the 8th century BC. It is engraved with the figure of a roaring lion (symbol of the kingdom of Judah) with a beautiful curved tail with beautiful workmanship. The Hebrew inscription on it reads "Shema" on top, and "Servant of Jerobeam" on the bottom. The inscription actually proclaims the name and rank of its owner, one of the ministers of King Jerobeam II who reigned from 787-747 BC. The word "servant" is the Hebrew word "ebed" and is mentioned in the Bible as one of high dignity in the government. Many seals have been discovered with similar inscriptions like "the servant of the king." The Megiddo Seal with the Jerobeam Inscription is of great importance in Biblical Archaeology, it mentions one of the kings of the northern kingdom of Israel.
Tags: biblical archaeology, jerobeam, kingdom of judah, megiddo, northern kingdom of israel, roaring lion, seal