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By Ian Young

During this quantity, best Hebrew language students define a variety of perspectives at the phenomenon of edition in biblical Hebrew and its value for religious study. a huge query that's addressed is whether or not "late biblical Hebrew" is a unique chronological part in the historical past of biblical Hebrew. Articles discover either chronological and non-chronological interpretations of the diversities among "early biblical Hebrew" and "late biblical Hebrew". those discussions have a tremendous contribution to make to the broader box of bible study, not just to the heritage of the Hebrew language. present scholarly debates at the date and foundation of the Hebrew bible frequently emphasize the centrality of the facts of linguistic stratification within the Hebrew bible.

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However, in the Aramaizing culture of the Achaemenid period, several Akkadian loanwords, too, entered Hebrew via Aramaic. The late Akkadian loans can, for one thing, be distinguished from earlier ones by not being found in Ugaritic. On the whole, the abundance of new words in incontestably late narrative prose writings strongly suggests that they form a true characteristic of later biblical usage. 11, < Persian *ni$tavan, 'written order'; cf. Rosenthal 1961: 63). 7 stands in the transition from the Hebrew to the Aramaic part of the book.

Some reflect the Aramaizing culture that prevailed in Mesopotamia in the Persian period. Others give the impression of being foreign words that are not assimilated into common usage. In a language, artificially constructed long after the historical events took place, one would scarcely find such a close connection between words and contents. Also, there is a concurrence between the time factor and the borrowings, so that late words occur in those texts where they are, so to speak, supposed to be found.

Evidence concerning the special status of Aramaic in this period. 4 d. 23-24 Also at that time, I saw that Jews had married Ashdodite, Ammonite, and Moabite women; a good number of their children spoke the language of Ashdod.. and did not know how to speak Judean. The exact nature of the language entitled 'Ashdodite' remains uncertain. ) spoken in the vicinity of the city of Ashdod. 5 Whatever the case, the reality reflected in these verses clearly testifies to a linguistic situation quite different from the one portrayed in 2 Kings 18.

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