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An introduction to biblical Hebrew syntax by Bruce K Waltke; Michael Patrick O'Connor

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11. Syllabically written texts from the city of Byblos in the late third millennium may also witness an ENWS language; see G. E. Mendenhall, The Syllabic Inscriptions from Byblos (Beirut: American University of Beirut, 1985). 12. , D. Pardee and J. T. Glass, "The Mari Archives," Biblical Archaeologist 47 (1984) 88–100; A. Lemaire, "Mari, the Bible, and the Northwest Semitic World," Biblical Archaeologist 47 (1984) 101–9. 13. For a recent survey, see E. Puech, "Origine de l'alphabet: Documents en alphabet linéaire et cunéiforme du IIe millénaire," Revue biblique 93 (1986) 161–213.

See G. Bergsträsser, Introduction to the Semitic Languages, trans. and sup. P. T. Daniels (Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbrauns, 1983); M. L. , The Non-Semitic Languages of Ethiopia (East Lansing: African Studies Center, Michigan State University, 1976; esp. the paper by C. Hodge); M. Ruhlen, A Guide to the World's Languages. 1. 5. 4. , J. 2, for an approach different from the one taken here. chm::/bwbhs01.... 28/07/2005 Language and Text Page 19 of 24 5. The bulk and diversity of materials in the Aramaic languages are considerable.

The apparent preservation of much apparently unrecoverable information must be handled with caution. Note, for example, the case of Chemosh. The MT nearly always has the form kÝmosç, in agreement with the bulk of extrabiblical (mostly onomastic) evidence from the Iron Age, but the Kethiv of Jer 48:7 has kmysç for kÝmisç, apparently agreeing with the Ebla texts, which know this god as Kamish (ÀsupÁdÀ/supÁkaÀsubÁ3À/subÁ-mi-isç); see Pettinato, Archives of Ebla, 245, 291–92. 80. Compare the views of Bo Johnson, Hebräisches Perfekt und Imperfekt mit vorangehendem we (Lund: Gleerup, 1979) 23.

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