What other ancient Hebrew texts?
karen.spray at lineone.net
Wed Feb 28 17:32:20 EST 2001
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From: Dave Washburn <dwashbur at nyx.net>
To: Biblical Hebrew <b-hebrew at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
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Subject: Re: What other ancient Hebrew texts?
> > In case you're interested in some additional material for the study of
> > meaning of (Biblical) Hebrew words, you will have to study some other
> > NW-Semitic languages, like Aramaic and Ugaritic.
> Most definitely. Ugaritic has done a lot for my study of Hebrew,
> Aramaic (non-biblical kind) less so but still useful. I found
> Akkadian negotiable; in some cases it seemed to shed a little light
> on the Hebrew language, but not much and not very often. I spend
> almost no time in that one any more. Your Mileage May Vary.
> Dave Washburn
Thanks for these answers, which were very useful. I think maybe I ought to
leave the Ugaritic until after I've got past chapter five in the Teach
Yourself Hebrew. Languages are like chocolates... it's really hard to stop
at just one<g>.
(karen.spray at lineone.net)
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