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This chapter reviews some biblical studies related to philology and civilizations of the biblical world. The studies include Redefining Hebrew - A Transjordanian Language; Linguistic Dating of Biblical Texts; New Directions in Modern Biblical Hebrew Lexicography; The Grammar of Social Gender in Biblical Hebrew; Traces of Aramaic Dialectical Variation in Late Biblical Hebrew; and From Ebla to Stellenbosch.

Keywords: biblical studies; philology

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