[b-hebrew] Early and late biblical Hebrew
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Those interested in the questions of early and late Biblical Hebrew
might wish to read the following articles -
Bar Asher, M.."Mishnaic Hebrew: An Introductory Survey", Hebrew Studies
40 : 115.51
Ehrenbsvärd, Martin, "Linguistic Dating of Hebrew Texts" in Young 2004
- "Why biblical texts cannot be dated linguistically.(Essay)." Hebrew
Studies Journal 47 (Annual 2006): 177(13).
Eskhult, Mats, "Verbal Syntax in Late Biblical Hebrew," in Diggers at
the Well. Proceedings of a Third International Symposium on the Hebrew
of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira, ed. T. Muraoka and J. F. Elwolde
(STDJ 36; Leiden: Brill, 2000), pp. 84-93
- M. Eskhult, Studies in Verbal Aspect and Narrative Technique in
Biblical Hebrew Prose, Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1990.
- "Markers of Text Type in Biblical Hebrew from a Diachronic
Perspective" in Hamlet on the Hill (FS Muraoka), ed. M. F. J. Baasten
and W. Th. van Peursen (OLA 118; Leuven, 2003), pp. 153-164.
- "The Importance of Loanwords for Dating Biblical Hebrew Texts" in
Young 2004 pp.8-23.
- "Traces of Linguistic Development in Biblical Hebrew" in Zevit 2005.
Kofoed, Jens Bruun. Text and History, Eisenbrauns, 2005.
- "Using linguistic difference in relative text dating: insights from
other historical linguistic case studies", Hebrew Studies
Journal 47 (Annual 2006): 93(22).
Schniedewind, William and Daniel Sivan, "The Elijah-Elisha Narratives: A
Test Case for the Northern Dialect of Hebrew", The Jewish Quarterly
Review, New Series, Vol. 87, No. 3/4 (Jan. - Apr., 1997), pp. 303-337.
- W. M. Schniedewind, "Linguistic Ideology in Qumran Hebrew," in Diggers
at the Well: Proceedings of a Third International Symposium on the
Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira, ed. T. Muraoka and J. F.
Elwolde (Leiden: Brill, 2000), pp. 245-255.
- "Steps and missteps in the linguistic dating of Biblical Hebrew",
review of Young 2004, Hebrew Studies Journal 46.(Annual 2005): p377(8).
Sweeney, Marvin A. "Dating prophetic texts.(Report)." Hebrew Studies
Journal 48 (Annual 2007): 55(19).
Young, Ian,- Diversity in Pre-Exilic Hebrew, Forschungen zum Alten
Testament, Coronet Books Inc, 1993, ISBN-10: 3161460588
- "The 'Archaic' Poetry of the Pentateuch in the MT, Samaritan
Pentateuch and 4QExodc," Abr-Nahrain 35 (1998): 74-75.
- Biblical Hebrew: Studies in Chronology and Typology (Journal for the
Study of the Old Testament Supplement), T. & T. Clark Publishers, 2004,
Young, Ian, Robert Rezetko, Martin Ehrensvärd. Linguistic Dating of
Biblical Texts: Volume 1 - An Introduction to Approaches and
Problems(BibleWorld) (Paperback), Equinox Publishing (October 2008),
ISBN-10: 1845530829; Volume 2 - A New Synthesis and a Comprehensive
Zevit, Ziony, Matres lectionis in Ancient Hebrew Epigraphs, ASOR
Monograph Series 2, Cambridge, MA, 1980.
- "Talking Funny in Biblical Henglish and solving a Problem of the
YAQTÛL Past Tense", Hebrew Studies, vol. XXIX (1988), pp. 25-33.
- review of Young 2004in Journal for the Study of the Old Testament
Supplement Series 369, 2004.
- Seminar on linguistic dating of Biblical Hebrewi, Hebrew Studies
Journal 46.(Annual January 2005): Introductory remarks: historical
linguistics and the dating of Hebrew texts c. 1000-300 B.C.E. (Ziony
Zevit); The Distinction between Classical and Late Biblical Hebrew as
Reflected in Syntax (Jan Joosten); Biblical Texts Cannot be Dated
Linguistically (Ian Young); Traces of Linguistic Development in Biblical
Hebrew (Mats Eskhult); Symposium Discussion Session: An Edited
Transcription (Ziony Zevit)
- Seminar on linguistic dating of Biblical Hebrew, Hebrew Studies
Journal 47.(Annual January 2006).: What a difference a year makes: can
biblical texts be dated linguistically (Ziony Zevit); Using linguistic
difference in relative text dating: insights from other historical
linguistic case studies (Jens Bruun Kofoed); Sociolinguistics: a key to
the typology and the social background of Biblical Hebrew (Frank Polak);
Aramaic-like features in the Pentateuch (Gary A. Rendsburg); Why
biblical texts cannot be dated linguistically (Martin Ehrensvard); The
recent debate on late Biblical Hebrew: solid data, experts' opinions,
and inconclusive arguments (Avi Hurvitz).- "Scratched silver and painted
walls: can we date biblical texts archaeologically?(Report)." Hebrew
Studies Journal 48 (Annual 2007): 23(15).
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