November 19, 2019 2

Ancient Hebrew alphabet letters carved into the “Seat Of Moses”

Ancient Hebrew alphabet letters carved into the “Seat Of Moses”

This is Learn Hebrew Aleph to Tav, and what I have you today is ancient Hebrew
letters, carved into basalt stone that was part of
the “seat of Moses” located in Korazim, north of the Sea of Galilee. The stone is located inside the ancient synagogue
of Korazim. In this video, I will go over some of the
words and the letters, and at the end of the video, I will show you the translation of the letters
in more readable Hebrew as they are shown on site. I am definitely not an ancient Hebrew expert. I think that the letters are Hebrew letters
but the language is Aramaic. Very similar to Yiddish where a lot of the
words are similar in sound to German yet the letters are written in the Hebrew Alphabet. This is the seat. Right on the spot, we can clearly see some
Hebrew letters. Here we can see the letter Lamed. Very similar to the letter we use today. This is the letter Tet, and the letter Bet. Together the letters create the word Letóv
or “for good”. Here we can see the word, Ishmael. The word Cholék. It is probably pronounced differently. The meaning, if I can imagine is fate or something
similar. His fate will be with the Tzadikím. Here is the word Im, meaning “with”. And Tzadikím. Those are people that according to the Jewish
beliefs are considered righteous. Here is a closer look at the stone. Can you figure out some of the Hebrew Letters
yourself? That’s all I have for you today. If you have any Hebrew questions, put them
below. If you want to see more, subscribe and as
always, thank you and Toda for watching.

2 Replies to “Ancient Hebrew alphabet letters carved into the “Seat Of Moses””

  • Learn Hebrew Aleph to Tav says:

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  • Vera H says:

    Please clarify when to use ืข vs ื …. Is ื silent but ืข is not silent?
    ืชื•ื“ื” ! (?)
    Have shared to Learning Hebrew group FB page…๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’™

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