Ancient Hebrew language

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Ancient Hebrew (ISO 639-3 code hbo) is a blanket term for pre-modern varieties of the Hebrew language:

  • Paleo-Hebrew (such as the Siloam inscription), a variant of the Phoenician alphabet
  • Biblical Hebrew (including the use of Tiberian vocalization)
  • Mishnaic Hebrew, a form of the Hebrew language that is found in the Talmud

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