Hebrew script

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a Semitic alphabet used since the 5th century BC for writing the Hebrew language (and later for writing Yiddish and Ladino)

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THE Spice Girl's tattoos include five stars on her lower back - one for each family member, husband David's initials on the underside of her left wrist and Hebrew script on her upper back that reads "I am my beloved's, my beloved is mine".
The Hebrew script for those same lyrics is at the bottom of the page, or in a few instances because of length, on the opposing page.
And if you want to add some Jewish heritage to your little Bubeleh's wardrobe, you can pick up the "Pischer" (cute little stinker), "Mini Mensch" (good little man) or "Shayna Punim" (pretty face) shirts available in the same 100-percent cotton design with Hebrew script.
Filled with occult symbols, algebraic lines, musical notes, and pieces of Cyrillic and Hebrew script, the rebuses, which Pomerand called metagraphics, are more than mere parlor games.
For example, he discusses Aylon's questioning of Orthodox values through her works, and Shahn's use of Hebrew script in his images.
Other important cultural developments, including Hebrew script and the Jewish calendar, were developed as a result of the captivity.
The discovery of the scrolls and 70 lead codices, tiny credit-card-sized volumes containing ancient Hebrew script talking of the Messiah and the Resurrection, has left Biblical scholars excited.
He understands the stone as featuring an "emergent Hebrew script representing the cultural core to the east of Tel Zayit" (p.
Washington, April 27 (ANI): Archaeologists have found a fragment of a limestone plaque bearing several letters of ancient Hebrew script in Israel, which dates back to the period of the kings of Judah.
12: Genesis 1:1 is misvocalized in the Hebrew script.
11 In fact, both Hebrew and archaizing Hebrew script were used periodically in the centuries before the Maccabean Revolt, thus severing any necessary connection between revived Hebrew use and Hasmonean ideology.
According to a report by BBC News, the document measures 15cm by 15cm (6in by 6in), and contains 15 lines of ancient Hebrew script.
At the end are a comprehensive list of the author's publications, a general index, an index of (ancient) names, an index of references (to ancient texts), and a glossary which is divided into two parts, ancient terms in transliteration and ancient terms in Hebrew script (here the mixing of Hebrew and Roman scripts has led to some awkward and even garbled entries).
Marion Aptroot's article "The Emergence of Yiddish Literature" uses the scholarly debate over a collection of ancient manuscripts in Hebrew script in order to point out the linguistic and ideological stakes in determining the border between Middle High German and Yiddish.
Apart from the star of David or Hebrew script at the entrance it was often difficult, from the outside, to distinguish synagogues from churches.