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Hewbrew Alphabet & Syllabarum POSTER Scenes of Creation - 13x19
Hewbrew Alphabet & Syllabarum POSTER Scenes of Creation
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Title: Hewbrew Alphabet & Syllabarum POSTER Scenes of Creation
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Size: 13 x 19 inches (33 x 48 cms)
SKU: 555757
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Details: This poster is of the Hebrew Alphabet and Syllabarum, by Meister W H. It shows the Hebrew alphabet, and around the border are scenes from Creation, as well as images of Roman gods and goddesses, and a view of Prague.

The Hebrew alphabet consists of 22 letters used for writing the Hebrew language and, in mildly adapted forms, for writing several languages of the Jewish diaspora, including Yiddish, Ladino, and Judeo-Arabic. Five of these letters have a different form when appearing as the last letter in a word. Hebrew is written from right to left. The Hebrew alphabet has letters only for consonants, but means were later devised to indicate vowels by separate vowel points or niqqud. The number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet, their order, their names, and their phonetic values are virtually identical to those of the Aramaic alphabet, as both Hebrews and Arameans borrowed the Phoenician alphabet for their uses during the end of the 2nd millennium BCE.

This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.

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