Book of Mormon Language: Hebrew-Egyptian

Title

Book of Mormon Language: Hebrew-Egyptian

Magazine

Improvement Era

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1905

Authors

Clift, Frederic (Primary)

Pagination

168-176

Date Published

January 1905

Volume

8

Issue Number

3

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Bibliographic Citation

Clift, Frederic. "Book of Mormon Language: Hebrew-Egyptian", Improvement Era, Vol. 8. no. 3 1905:168-176.

Abstract

This article takes a stance defending the proposition that the Book of Mormon was written in Egyptian. Hints that neighboring alphabets, such as Hebrew, Arabic, Chaldean, and Assyriac are also found in the Book of Mormon. Charles Anthon’s comments to Martin Harris regarding the Book of Mormon characters are also mentioned.

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Anthon, Charles
Linguistic Analysis
Language - Reformed Egyptian
Language - Hebrew
Egyptian Alphabet and Grammar
Language - Semitic
Language – Arabic
Language – Aramaic

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