This is Torah Talk for the week of August 7th, 2016
Two ways to say 11 in Biblical Hebrew — and how one of them reveals something surprising about the book of Deuteronomy.
This week’s handout: 44 Devarim 5776
Tags: 11, Abraham ibn Ezra, ashtei-asar, Deuteronomy, Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, Hebrew & Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament, Hebrew numbers, Late Biblical Hebrew, Moshe Weinfeld, עשתי-עשר
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