- Hmm, does anyone have similar doubts about other networking schemes, such as LinkedIn? I was recently invited to join that one. Douglas C. Comer, Ph.D.,Message 1 of 69 , Nov 30, 2008View SourceHmm, does anyone have similar doubts about other networking schemes, such as
LinkedIn? I was recently invited to join that one.
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Subject: [ANE-2] Re: Grouply is Identity Theft Trick
Grouply both illegally archives Yahoo group information (anyone who
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give them your user name and password. The consequences of this can be
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- ... That would be me, and I use the ad-hoc term (Levant Semitic) for the 2nd & early 1st mbc when the linguistic situation is somewhat messy. I m much lessMessage 69 of 69 , Dec 2, 2008View SourceAt 02:31 PM 12/2/2008, Peter T. Daniels wrote:
>It should have a colophon, no? or at least a date?That would be me, and I use the ad-hoc term (Levant Semitic) for the
>Peter T. Daniels <mailto:grammatim%40verizon.net>grammatim@...
>From: Yitzhak Sapir <<mailto:yitzhaksapir%40gmail.com>yitzhaksapir@...>
>Sent: Monday, December 1, 2008 8:53:04 PM
>Subject: Re: [ANE-2] Re: Paleo-Hebrew
>On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 10:26 PM, Peter T. Daniels wrote:
> > Which means that (even if the tablet is genuine, and even if the ?Hebrew
> > docket on it is genuine) there's no hope of knowing where it came from.
> > At which "LS" (as you call it)-speaking sites were cuneiform economic
> > documents in use in the NB period? --
> > Peter T. Daniels grammatim@verizon. net
> > I know Laurie Pearce as a specialist in mathematical tablets. Is that
> > irrelevant? Why would a mathematical tablet bear a ?Hebrew docket?
>I don't call anything "LS."
2nd & early 1st mbc when the linguistic situation is somewhat messy.
I'm much less familiar with the evidence from the NB period. My
impression is that by that time all we have is Aramaic & Hebrew, with
a hypothetical Phoenician, assumed to be different from Punic.
Nabatean & Syriac come only later in the 1st mbc. Is that correct? Is
there really no evidence of mid-1st mbc Phoenician? And what is the
current body of evidence and "common wisdom" about Samaritan?
[100% bona fide dilettante ... delecto ergo sum!]
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