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- Thu Apr 25, 2019 7:19 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Cuneiform Scribal Errors in Genesis
- Replies: 17
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This is a little off-topic. It is more historical than linguistic. But I am matching linguistics on a couple of Biblical names, Zephanath Paneah and Leah. ******* The Tale of Two Brothers has been linked to Joseph; The earliest reference to this is linked to Seti II. One Generation later is Siptah, ...
- Fri Apr 19, 2019 12:20 pm
- Forum: Beginners' Forum
- Topic: cn I relly red wtht a vwl?
- Replies: 9
- Views: 303
"DSS even has extra space between the verses." -- Agreed. The Dead Sea Scrolls have spaces. https://www.baslibrary.org/bible-review/8/3/19 "Ancient Greek was commonly written like that. Stone monuments from Athens and other Greek cities, Greek papyri found in Egypt, classical and bibl...
- Thu Apr 18, 2019 11:11 pm
- Forum: Resources
- Topic: Biblical Hebrew vocabulary
- Replies: 14
- Views: 2541
Strong's Concordance was created in 1890, as a vocabulary of the bible. There is an online version, here: http://www.eliyah.com/cgi-bin/strongs.cgi?file=hebrewlexicon&isindex=3559 Additionally, a mechanical translation, or word-by-word translation of the bible is also online, here: http://www.an...
- Thu Apr 18, 2019 6:37 pm
- Forum: Beginners' Forum
- Topic: Re-translating the Bible
- Replies: 1
- Views: 160
Hi guys, My Hebrew is terrible. I look at the letters, and some of them look the same. It's honestly hard for me to transcribe. One of my goals of joining this forum is to improve both identifying letters on sight, and also learning some Hebrew. That being said, I have a buddy of mine who has create...
Hi Jim, I like you definition of small village for Zoar. I was reviewing Phoenician city names recently and came across another possibility. The old name for the city of Tyre was Tzur - supposedly meaning "a rock" according to an author. Do you have any thoughts on this? Best Regards, Rich
Hi Jim, Off-topic: One of the topics I'm a little uncertain about is the term "Phoenician" vs Canaanite vs Hurrian vs Amorite at such an early date. For instance, the hyksos are called Asiatics (Amu)(Is Amu Amorite?). But they apparently are also called Phoenicians. https://web.archive.org...
Jim, It's a long time ago since I talked to you at HallOfMaat. I'm so happy to finally talk to you again. :) ****** Here is a nice article on this topic of Shinar, for those wishing to learn more. Although the author finds a new location for Shinar that differs from Jim and I, it is a thorough and w...
I found an old post of Jim Stinehart's where he proposes a new location for Shinar. Instead of the traditional translation of Shinar as Sumer/Sumeria... he proposed Mt. Lebanon as the location. In this theory, Shinar becomes Semyra in the Levant. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumur_(Levant) https://...