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One - The Hebrews
Who were the Hebrews?
The Origin of the Hebrew Language and Alphabet
Figure 1 Pre-flood pictograph found in the pre-flood city of Kish
Figure 2 The scattering of the descendants of Noah's three sons
The evolution of the Hebrew alphabet
Figure 4 Ancient Hebrew inscription on potsherd c. 900 BCE
Figure 5 Moabite inscription on stone c. 900 BCE
Figure 6 Ammonite inscription on stone c. 900 BCE
Figure 7 Ugarit cuneiform inscription on clay tablet c. 1400 BCE
Figure 8 Aramaic inscription on stone incense altar c. 500 BCE
Figure 9 Aramaic inscription on stone plaque c. 20 CE
Figure 10 Hebrew writings from the Dead Sea Scrolls c. 200 BCE
Figure 11 Modern Hebrew script from the Hebrew Bible
Figure 13 Samaritan scripts
Figure 14 Greek inscription found on bowl c. 800 BCE
Figure 15 Greek writing on New Testament papyrus c. 200 CE
Figure 16 Egyptian Hieroglyphs from the Book of the Dead c 1350 BCE
Figure 17 Sumerian Pictograph on clay tablet c. 3000 BCE
Figure 18 Sumerian Cuneiform on clay tablet c. 2500 BCE
Why study the Ancient Hebrew language and culture?
How do we study the Ancient Hebrew language and culture?
Two - Hebrew Thought
Abstract vs. concrete thought
Appearance vs. Functional Description
Passive vs. Active Nouns
Three - Reconstructing the Original Hebrew Alphabet
Letter Characteristics
Reconstruction of the Alphabet
Four - Hebrew Prefixes
Five - The Root System of Hebrew
Parent Roots
Child Roots
Adopted Roots
Benefit of studying words from a common root
Reconstructing the Parent Roots
Methods for reconstructing the original Parent Root
Six - Word Studies
Figure 21 The Ancient Hebrew alphabet c. 1000 BCE (mirror image)
Appendix A - Ancient Hebrew Alphabet Reconstruction
Appendix B - Learn to Read Ancient Hebrew
English letter
English name
Hebrew name
Hebrew sound
Hebrew meaning
Appendix C - History of the Hebrew Script
Appendix D – Alphabet Charts
Ancient Hebrew
Modern Hebrew
Appendix E - Ancient Hebrew Parent Root Dictionary
Purpose of the Lexicon
Cross reference to Strong’s numbers
How to use the Lexicon
Appendix F – Number Cross References
Strong's Number - Ancient Hebrew Number
Ancient Hebrew Number - Strong's Number
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Ancient Hebrew Language and Alphabet

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