From: Dean Snyder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat May 01 2004 - 23:44:28 CST
Mark E. Shoulson wrote at 11:04 PM on Saturday, May 1, 2004:
>Dean Snyder wrote:
>>1st Millenium BC 2nd Millenium AD
>>ykbd ykbd both = "he will honor"
>>tbrk tbrk both = "she will bless"
>>bqsh bqsh both = "he searched for"
>>btm btm both = "houses"
>Even in Biblical Hebrew, "houses" would usually be "btym". Certainly in
Yes, of course. Though the usual orthography in Biblical and Modern
Hebrew is plene spelling (with the vowel-indicating mater lectionis "y"),
it can also be spelled defectively, without it - a common orthography in
Old Hebrew. My only point was the readability for modern Hebrew readers
of the Phoenician forms.
Dean A. Snyder
Assistant Research Scholar
Manager, Digital Hammurabi Project
Computer Science Department
Whiting School of Engineering
218C New Engineering Building
3400 North Charles Street
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland, USA 21218
office: 410 516-6850
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