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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

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Jovan Taylor Australia via chabadhouse.org.au May 28, 2018

Hi Yuval, I Can’t see the whole screen behind You. I’d like to send You some ancient Hebrew alphabet letter forms if it’s possible to get Your email so I can send it to You please.

Thank You.

Kind Regards,

Jōvan Reply

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