Academic Programs 
      

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew, Part I (LG-570)
Fall 2004

In this course the basics of Biblical Hebrew will be introduced.  The goal is to obtain a grasp of the structure of Biblical Hebrew and some of the complexities in the language; by the end of the course students will be able to work with certain texts in the Hebrew Bible.

 

Meeting Day, Time and Dates: 
Mondays from 7 p.m. to 9:20 p.m.  

 

Levana Polate
Adjunct Professor of Biblical Hebrew and
Principal Lecturer in Modern Languages and International Studies, Trinity College


Contact Information:

phone: 
(860) 509-9500
email: 

 

Course Syllabus


This syllabus is not yet available but the following books should be purchased for this course:

Required:

Biblical Hebrew:  An Introductory Grammar by Page H. Kelley, Willam B. Eerdmans Publishing Company Grand Rapids Michigan, 1997,  ISBN  no.0-8028-0598-1


Recommended:

A Studentís Vocabulary for Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic by Larry A Mitchel,  A Zondervan, Publication 1984  ISBN no. 2598645461

501 Hebrew Verbs by  Shmuel Bolozky, Barronís Educational Series, INC, 1996, ISBN  NO. 0- 8120-9468-9


 

 

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