Mishnaic Hebrew

Review by Corrieinte, F., Resena de libros, Sefarad 68:1 [2008], pp. 225-28.

Henshke, Y., Hebrew Elements in Daily Speech: A Grammatical Study and Lexicon of the Hebrew Component of Tunisian Judeo-Arabic. Jerusalem: Bialik Institute, 2007,…

Did King David have a conscience? The History of a Concept and the Words

Did King David have a conscience? The History of a Concept and the Words

The Hebrew Binyanim between Consonantal Text and Vocalisation: An Undervalued Clue to the History of the Hebrew Language (handout)

Corrected handout to the paper given in the Old Testament Senior Seminar, Cambridge, May 30th

Gutturals in the Tradition of Origen’s Transcriptions (in Hebrew)

"On the basis of Origen's transcriptions Kahle suggested that the gutturals were not pronounced in the Hebrew idiom reflected in the Hexapla. By…

Who Ascribed to Matityahu the Hasmonean the Call “Whoever is for the LORD, come to me!”?

The call “Who is for the LORD? Come unto me” of Matityahu the Hasmonean is a legend – one of the legends that the religious Zionism granted to the…

The History of the Word memulach תולדות המילה 'ממולח

The History of the Word memulach תולדות המילה 'ממולח

Review of Gregor Geiger, Das hebräische Partizip in den Texten aus der judäischen Wüste

Review of Gregor Geiger, Das hebräische Partizip in den Texten aus der judäischen Wüste
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