Biblical Hebrew step-by-step

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Baker Book House, Apr 1, 1978 - Foreign Language Study - 249 pages
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After years of classroom testing and development, this major new textbook is offered for learning biblical Hebrew. The author is one of today's foremost teachers of Hebrew.

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User Review  - Aaron Laws -

This book is very good for someone who learns languages rather slowly and needs every little step expounded several times. It seems as though it might be the case that Mansoor was a little absent in ... Read full review

User Review  - Bill Neumiller -

Practical guide for the beginning student of Hebrew. Read full review


1 A Brief Survey of the Semitic Languages
2 The Hebrew Alphabet

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About the author (1978)

Menahem Mansoor is an archaeologist and Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Semitic Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mansoor is the former president and co-founder of the Madison Biblical Archaeological Society. Mansoor has written Jewish History and Thought: An Introduction, which covers the 3,500 years of Jewish history. He also wrote and directed the video, Signs, Symbols, and Scripts: Origins of Written Communication and the Birth of the Alphabet, which outlines the development of written communication from its most early origins to modern times.