THEO 368 - Biblical Hebrew
Classical Hebrew is the primary language of the Hebrew Bible, a form of Hebrew that provides a basis for later Rabbinic and Modern Hebrew. This introduction delves into the basics of the language, including the verbal stems, nouns, particles, and sentence formation. The primary texts and vocabulary are taken from the Bible, supplemented by discussion of the Bible's origins and shifts in Classical Hebrew. Prerequisite: THEO 223, or consent of instructor.
THEO 368 - Biblical Hebrew - Details
- THEO 223