cynthia at oumail.openu.ac.il
Sun Mar 12 08:14:39 EST 2000
See Qimron, *The Hebrew of the DSS*, section 321.11; Polzin, Late Biblical
Hebrew. Toward an Historical Typology of Biblical Hebrew Prose, pp. 126-127.
ani/anoki variation is supposed to be one of the characteristics of
classical biblical Hebrew, while LBH moves towards exclusive use of ani.
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