The Hebrew language has one of the longest attested histories of any of the world’s languages, with records of its use dating from antiquity until modern times. Although it ceased to be a spoken language by the second century AD, Hebrew continued to be used and developed in the form of a literary and liturgical language until its revival as a vernacular language in the twentieth century.
The Brill Hebrew Reference Collection will help you understand how the Hebrew language evolved over millennia to where it is today. This cutting-edge collection contains a lexicon of Late Biblical Hebrew and a comprehensive encyclopedia of the Hebrew language. Learn the complete history of the Hebrew language, with a focus on Late Biblical Hebrew. Examine Hebrew’s linguistic evolution, and track its diachronic developments. This collection is a must-have for any student or scholar of Biblical Hebrew.
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Interested in discourse features and devices of the Hebrew Old Testament? Check out the Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible Bundle (6 vols.).