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Chavi

Wow, and it is *so* legible. That's amazing. I hadn't heard about it, so thank you for blogging about it. What a fascinating find :)

An easy fast to you and the family!

Mom

A three week course and you not only read and understand the inscription but have a whole new (?) appreciation of that language, culture, and world--and ours, too, maybe by default. What if you took a 6-weeks' course? Or even, Heaven help us, a YEAR's?

Charlie (Colorado)

Hebrew I've gots none of --- since my mother converted when I was 28, I kind of missed out on the whole schul thing.

But I remember with pleasure the feeling I had the first time, in Europe, that I read a Latin inscription from about the 1st century CE.

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