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(General of the Academy of the Hebrew Language, 2009)As Avi Hurvitz and others have shown, the transition between classical biblical Hebrew and rabbinic Hebrew, which is evidenced by late biblical Hebrew, is discernible in semantic developments. Words and expressions with ...
Review of : Forestalling Doom: "Apotropaic Intercession" in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East by Marian W. Broida. AOAT 417, Ugarit-Verlag, 2014. (American Schools of Oriental Research, 2016)