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Learn Hebrew Today: Alef-Bet for Adults

Learn Hebrew Today: Alef-Bet for Adults

by Howard I. Bogot

 

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Hebrew Script Hacking

Hebrew Script Hacking

by Judith Meyer

- Using a unique, tried and tested algorithm, this book teaches you how to quickly and efficiently recognize letters and common words in Hebrew script. Whether you're traveling and want to understand the words around you, or preparing to learn Hebrew and want to master the basics, this is the book for you.

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The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet

The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet

by Micheal L. Munk

 

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The Hebrew Alphabet: A Mystical Journey

The Hebrew Alphabet: A Mystical Journey

by Edward Hoffman and Karen Silver

 

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The Ancient Hebrew Language and Alphabet

The Ancient Hebrew Language and Alphabet: Understanding the Ancient Hebrew Language of the Bible Based on Ancient Hebrew Culture and Thought

by Jeff A. Benner

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