Via Jim Davila, a fascinating account of two readings of the name on a seal discovered in the Temple Mount excavations in Jerusalem. There’s a large image of the seal here.
Eilat Mazar’s original reading תמח was based on reading the name from the seal itself:
The revised reading שלמת takes into account that one should read the name from the seal impression. Let’s try to simulate that by flipping the image:
See also here.
As before, to see the text below the images correctly, you will need a font that supports “Phoenician” and a browser that supports Unicode 5.0.