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The Lost Language of the Ghassulians: Proto-Writing at Nahal Mishmar?
By Aren M. Wilson-Wright:
The Alphabet: The First Thousand Years
ASOR: January 2020
On the Origin of Alphabetic Writing
Aren M. Wilson-Wright: November 2019
Hebrew language, Jewish history and holidays under the microscope
JPost: May 2, 2019
Do We Really Think That There Is No Historical Linguistics of Ancient Hebrew?
Robert Rezetko and Ian Young: April 2019
Ronald Hendel and Jan Joosten: March 2019
The Invention of the Alphabet: Historical Sleuthing and the Power of Naming
Robert D. Holmstedt: March 2019
Can the Ages of Biblical Literature be Discerned Without Literary Analysis?
Ian Young and Robert Rezetko: January 2019
How Old Is the Hebrew Bible?
Ronald Hendel: January 2019
Counting and Weighing: On the Role of Intuition in Philology and Linguistics, with Some Thoughts on Linguistic Comments by R. E. Friedman in The Exodus
Ian Young, Robert Rezetko and Martin Ehrensvärd: November 2017
Hebrew or Not?: Reviewing the Linguistic Claims of Douglas Petrovich’s The World’s Oldest Alphabet
Aren M. Wilson-Wright: July 2017
The Chief of Miners Mashe/Moshe, the Historical Moses
Charles Krahmalkov: February 2017
Biblical Hebrew Changed, but How?
Robert Rezetko: September 2016
An Unsettling Divide in Linguistic Dating and Historical Linguistics
Ian Young, Robert Rezetko and Martin Ehrensvärd: February 2016
A Very Tall “Cautionary Tale”: A Response to Ron Hendel
Ian Young, Robert Rezetko and Martin Ehrensvärd: September 2011
Unhistorical Hebrew Linguistics: A Cautionary Tale
Ronald Hendel: July 2011
Linguistic Dating of Biblical Texts
Ian Young, Robert Rezetko and Martin Ehrensvärd: July 2010