Eisenbrauns just added a new book to their website that will be of value to everyone interested in Northwest Semitic inscriptions. This volume includes drawings, transliterations, translations and short studies and bibliographies of about 100 Late Punic texts (just about the entire corpus)–a very handy volume. Furthermore, Eisenbrauns is selling it for $29 which is not a bad price for a volume like this.
It is true that Late Punic is indeed late from an ancient Near Eastern perspective (begins at the destruction of Carthage at 146 BCE), but it is still important from a linguistic point of view even if your interests do not extend this far chronologically (mine happen to though). Punic was in use for quite a long time. St. Augustine even speaks of the importance of knowing Punic.
Late Punic Epigraphy
An Introduction to the Study of Neo-Punic and Latino-Punic Inscriptions
by K. Jongeling and Robert Kerr
Mohr Siebeck, 2005
x + 115 pages, English
Your Price: $29.00