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This front matter section of the book A Concise Lexicon of Late Biblical Hebrew: Linguistic Innovations in the Writings of the Second Temple Period presents the table of contents and the preface. Late Biblical Hebrew (LBH) constitutes a link between the Bible and post- Biblical Talmudic literature; hence, it has immense importance for the whole spectrum of Jewish literature at this period of time. The significance of the Lexicon for Jewish studies is prominent in five disciplines: Hebrew linguistics, Biblical philology, Qumran studies, Talmudic literature, and Rabbinic liturgy, all of which rely heavily on the lexical analysis of terminology and phraseology.

Keywords: Hebrew linguistics; Jewish studies; Late Biblical Hebrew (LBH); post- Biblical Talmudic literature



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