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BBCL3604: Biblical Hebrew Advanced 4

Biblical and post-biblical Hebrew texts are read in their original language. Students will increase their language abilities and knowledge of the Bible and its world by reading advanced Classical and Post-Classical Hebrew texts. These include Biblical compositions such as complex prophetic texts (e.g., selections from the prose and poetic prophetic material in the Book of Jeremiah). Students also increase their knowledge of the language, world and impact of the Bible by studying evidence of ancient Hebrew from the Second Temple and post-Biblical periods (e.g., the Dead Sea Scrolls, or the Mishnah).

Code BBCL3604
Academic unit Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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BBCL2602 or HBRW1112 or HBRW2623 or HBRW2625 or HBRW2632
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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HBRW3602

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. translate Biblical Hebrew texts with attention to their salient linguistic features
  • LO2. analyse biblical segments in their literary context while examining their literary-historical setting
  • LO3. understand the history of the text of the Hebrew Bible and its relevance to understanding the Bible
  • LO4. analyse the distinctive linguistic features of post-biblical Hebrew
  • LO5. conduct guided independent research into key questions relating to Biblical and post-biblical texts

Unit outlines

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