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An Introductory Grammar of Rabbinic Hebrew
Author: Miguel Pérez Fernández
Number of pages: 327
Format / Quality: PDF
In Greek and Roman Palestine a Hebrew dialect existed alongside the literary language of Biblical Hebrew and yet followed its own pattern of development. After the destruction of the Temple it is believed the rabbis elevated this dialect to the status of a literary language, "Rabbinic Hebrew" and employed it in the composition of the Mishnah, Tosefta and halakhic "Midrashim". This volume is a practical grammar of Rabbinic Hebrew that seeks to bring up-to-date the 1927 work of M.H. Segal. It incorporates the results of recent investigations in the field and adds a pedagogic perspective, with vocabulary and exercises in every unit.
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