Spelling in the Hebrew Bible
Spelling in the Hebrew Bible is a valuable guide to the Hebrew Bible’s spelling. It attempts four things: first, it describes the orthographic phenomena of the Hebrew Bible; second, it assesses the evidence by means of appropriate statistical analyses; third, it interprets the evidence in terms of the history of Hebrew spelling; finally, it speculates on the significance of this evidence for studies in the production and transmission of the text.
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- Tables and figures
- Preface by David Noel Freedman
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: Spelling in the Hebrew Bible
- Authors: Francis Andersen and A. Dean Forbes
- Publisher: Biblical Institute Press
- Publication Date: 1986
- Pages: 379
About the Authors
Francis Andersen is a professor of studies in religion at the University of Queensland. He earned his PhD at the John Hopkins University. His main interests in Scripture studies are linguist aspects of biblical Hebrew.
A. Dean Forbes manages speech recognition research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories. He earned his degrees from Harvard and the Pacific School of Religion. His interests include computer-assisted research in linguistics.