Paleo-Hebrew Etymology (Paperback)

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A book with just the etymology of the Paleo-Hebrew alphabet. Etymology is the study of the strokes of the Paleo-Hebrew characters. It is an essential feature in the study of the language and the origins of the alphabet. Each letter corresponds to a Hieroglyphic picture and is theorized to therefore contain meaning related to the corresponding picture. It is considered to be the oldest known alphabet, dated by Travis Wayne Goodsell to be about 1500 + BCE.

About the Author

Travis is an Abecedarian, one who studies the alphabet; a Lexicographer, one who writes dictionaries; and a Translator (taking a written foreign language and turning it into English) of ancient languages. He is a graduate of the University of Lethbridge, in Alberta, Canada. He majored in Biblical Studies, studying under Thomas Robinson, and Philosophy of Science, the field of scientific research theory. He minored in ancient languages, disciplining in Biblical Hebrew under W. E. Aufrecht, who studied under Professor Thomas O. Lambin of Harvard University; Greek under Thomas Robinson, and Latin. He also studied Egyptology under Ewa Wasilewska at the University of Utah.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781537709628
ISBN-10: 1537709623
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: September 15th, 2016
Pages: 26
Language: English