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Papyri
Fragile if too humid or too dry
Parchments
Durable and reusable
Ostraca
Known as the Poor man's Bible
Which statement is not true
Greek uncial manuscripts are written with breaks between words and sentences
The Mishnah is the _______ and the Talmud is the _________ .
Oral tradition of the Law.....Jewish commentary on the Mishnah
Which was not a scribal guideline from the Talmudic period
Must verify each correction with two or three scribal witnesses
The _________ is the oldset extant Old Testament manuscript while the ______ is more faithful to Masoretic principles...
Leningrad Codex......Aleppo Codex.
Which is not true regarding the Dead Sea Scrools?
The Leningrad Codex is older than the Dead Sea Scrolls.
What are some specific advantages of written languages?
Precise, permanent, Objective, Easily Disseminated
A pictgroam is a symbol which represents ________, an ideogream is a symbol which represents_________, and a phonogram is a symbol which represents ______.
An object.....an idea.....a sound/syllable.
Some scholars believe the Hebrew language probably developed as an independant language during the 430 years of bondage/isolation in Egypt
True
lingua franca
Greek
Right to left
Hebrew
Consonaant based
Hebrew
Word Pictures
Hebrew
There is ample evidenc e that the New Tesstament was originally written in Aramaic
False
What is the prober order of the Greek Periods
Pre-Homeric, Classical, Koine, Byzantine, Modern
Eward explains how scientist know from archaeology that the hebrew language had little interaction with other lanuages.
False