Yod and Qotz

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Yod with KotzThe name יועזר ("Yo'ezer") on a first-century ossuary. In this inscription the <i>yod</i> and <i>vav</i> each have a <i>qotz</i>.The name יועזר ("Yo'ezer") on a first-century ossuary. In this inscription the <i>yod</i> and <i>vav</i> each have a <i>qotz</i> (circled in red).The name מרים ("Miryam") on a first-century ossuary. In this inscription the <i>yod</i> has a <i>qotz</i>. Courtesy of BiblePlaces.com.The name מרים ("Miryam") on a first-century ossuary. In this inscription the <i>yod</i> has a <i>qotz</i> (circled in red). Courtesy of BiblePlaces.com.The name יהודף בר קיפא ("Joseph bar Caiapha") on a first-century ossuary. Both <i>yod</i>s lack a <i>qotz</i> in this inscription.The name יהודף בר קיפא ("Joseph bar Caiapha") on a first-century ossuary. Both <i>yod</i>s (circled in red) lack a <i>qotz</i> in this inscription.

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