Photo courtesy of Dr. Ze’ev Meshel/Tel Aviv University Institute of Archaeology

Yahweh of Teman is mentioned in two Hebrew inscriptions on Pithos B and twice more in an inscription on some fallen pieces of wall plaster. The first, written above a drawing of five worshipers, reads “to YHWH of the Teman and his asherah. Whatever he asks from a man, that man will give him generously. And if he would urge—YHWH will give him according to his wishes.”