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Les Écoles Dans L’israël Préexilique: Données Épigraphiques

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Treat education, schools, reading and writing in the land of the Bible, the monarchical era, is a question not only legitimate but essential for understanding the composition and transmission of the first biblical writings. This question has received various answers, even contradictory. Until recently it was believed to give a more precise answer in addressing these difficult issues in the light of recent epigraphic discoveries Kuntillat entries Ajrud in particular. The epigraphic documents unearthed in appreciable quantities in recent decades can be grouped under different types that provide information in their own way on the level of training "scribe". Epigraphic materials of various types, written in ink, incised or engraved after cooking before cooking on a vase, evidenced in their way of habiliteté of the authors in the art of writing or reproduce a text. The original context of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: biblical writings; epigraphic documents; Kuntillat Ajrud; professional scribes schools



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