What is the name of the hebrew script the Torah was originally written in?
- Eitan FLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
in the whole bible the name of the writing system is not mentioned. the ancient hebrew letters are known as Phoenician alphabet, but not in hebrew sources. in the Talmud Bavli this letter system is called ליבונאה (livona'a). in the Talmud Yerushalmi it is called דעץ (da'ats) or רעץ (ra'ats). however, till now, no one can explain the origin and meaning of these words
- YoniALv 58 years ago
Paleo-Hebrew is the script that was used by the Hebrews/Israelites until the 5th century BCE.
The oldest versions of the bible are the Dead Sea Scrolls, that are written with what now known as Hebrew Script (also called Aramaic/Assyrian Script)
- AmberLv 48 years ago
Torah Script.Source(s): Really.
- The DevilLv 78 years ago
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- JexLv 78 years ago