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A few fragments, scattered across centuries of history and different geographic locations, are all that is left of the ancient scripts from which today's Hebrew Alphabet (ketav ashuri) emerged.

The Origins of the Hebrew Alphabet

The Origins of the Hebrew Alphabet

Archaeological studies of ancient scripts from the Western Levant

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The Origins of the Hebrew Alphabet: Archaeological studies of ancient scripts from the Western Levant

A few fragments, scattered across centuries of history and different geographic locations, are all that is left of the ancient scripts from which today's Hebrew Alphabet (ketav ashuri) emerged.
Archeology; Anthropology, Aleph-Beit
Yuval Yekutieli is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Bible, Archaeology and Ancient Near East, at Ben-Gurion University. He recieved his PhD from Ben Gurion University in 1999.
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