Remarks about Realia and Other Hebrew Words in the Moussaieff Collection Ostraca
Abstract:The Hebrew ostraca of the Moussaieff collection have been published in various books and reviews and, because of that, are often neglected. Correcting a few readings, this paper will study several, often rare, Hebrew words that appear in these documents and belong to the field of the realia and social relations or personal names.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2013
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