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Biblical Hebrew: Studies in Chronology and Typology

by Young, Ian

T&T Clark 2003

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Overview

In Biblical Hebrew, leading Hebrew language scholars outline various views on the phenomenon of variation in biblical Hebrew and its significance for biblical studies. An important question that is addressed is whether late biblical Hebrew is a distinct chronological phase within the history of biblical Hebrew. Articles explore both chronological and non-chronological interpretations of the differences between early biblical Hebrew and late biblical Hebrew. These discussions have an important contribution to make to the wider field of biblical studies, not only to the history of the Hebrew language.

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Key Features

  • Introduction by the author
  • Bibliographical references and indexes

Contributors

  • Philip R. Davies
  • Martin Ehrensvärd
  • Mats Eskhult
  • Avi Hurvitz
  • Jacobus A. Naudé
  • Frank Polak
  • Gary A. Rendsburg
  • Robert Rezetko
  • David Talshir
  • Richard M. Wright
  • Ian Young

Product Details

  • Title: Biblical Hebrew: Studies in Chronology and Typology
  • Editor: Ian Young
  • Publisher: T & T Clark
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 384

About Ian Young

Ian Young is an associate professor in the department of Hebrew, biblical and Jewish studies at the University of Sydney.