[b-hebrew] greatest achievment of all

Paul Zellmer pzellmer at sc.rr.com
Wed Dec 15 12:37:20 EST 2010


This sounds more like a textual criticism question than a hebrew-language
study question.  Perhaps it is better fitted for the tc-list on yahoo.  (Hey
there, Wieland.)

Paul Zellmer

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Hello all:

1. Is it true? The greatest achievment, literary and linguistic?


2. Does it preserve and force the interpretation, narrow and specific? With
the loss of spoken language?

3. And who paid for this enormous effort consuming 1,000 years? Who funded
the academies? And their thousands of students and scholars?



Surely, neither babylon or jerusalem government taxing authorities
favored religious academies then, as they do today.


I welcome your comments.


fred burlingame
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