L. a. Biblia NVI de estudio arqueológico arroja nueva luz a l. a. Biblia. Desde el principio de Génesis hasta el fin de Apocalipsis, esta nueva Biblia de estudio está llena de artículos informativos y fotografías a todo colour de lugares y objetos que abrirán sus ojos al contexto histórico de los relatos que usted lee y de las personas que encuentra en las Escrituras. Características claves incluyen: Más de 800 notas de estudio destacando temas históricos, arqueológicos y culturales. Más de 500 artículos que cubren cinco categorías diferentes: Sitios arqueológicos; Notas culturales e históricas; Personas, tierras y gobernantes antiguos; l. a. confiabilidad de los angeles Biblia; Texto y artefactos antiguos. Casi 500 fotografías a todo colour, dentro del texto. DC-ROM de bono: texto buscable de l. a. NVI y muchas de las fotografías y mapas incluidos en l. a. Biblia. inside a todo colour.
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There are no vowels in the early forms of Hebrew, with vowels only being added later by the Masorite scribes (AD 500–1000). Until that time the only way to determine the exact pronunciation and meaning of the words was by their context. The Masorite name is derived from the masora, the complex series of markings used to indicate the vowels and accents. The Masorite also added a series of notes to ensure accuracy of the text. For Jews, Hebrew was “the language of sanctity, the holy tongue” (m. Sotah 7:2).
Difficulty came when he failed to recognise that the Demotic and hieroglyphic were paraphrases and not literal translations.  Jean Francois Champollion continued the work with the discovery that the hieroglyphic text was the translation of the Greek, not the reverse as had been thought. On September 17, 1822 Champollion read his Lettre a M. Dacier and exhibited his “Hieroglyphic Alphabet”, with its Greek and Demotic equivalents, before the Academy of Inscriptions. He further developed his system in a series of memoirs called Precis du systeme hieroglyphique des anciens Egyptiens which he read in the Institute in 1823.
This type of evidence is exemplified in the comparison of the price of a slave or the covenant structure in the biblical text with their counterparts in ancient tablets. For example the age of the tablets and the cost of a slave are known from the archaeological period (strata). Joseph was sold into slavery for 20 shekels (Gen 37:28).  Inflation was in operation as it is today and so the cost of a slave gradually increased. In the Third Dynasty of Ur the cost was 10 shekels while after the eighteenth cent.