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Ancient Hebrew was known in King David's time:-

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Archeologist Yossi Garfinkel holds the ceramic shard at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, with his finger pointing to Ancient Hebrew pictograph script. The shard was found at an excavation of Hirbet Qeiyafa near the town of Beit Shemesh, south of Jerusalem, in the Judean foothills, an area that was once the frontier between the hill-dwelling Israelites and their enemies, the coastal Philistines. The shard dates to the time of King David. Yossi believes the inscription to be early Hebrew rather than early Canaanite because of some words found here that are not part of Canannite language.          Notice the first letters seen on the chard are in fact Ancient Hebrew letters "A" "The strong bull" and "U""The Basket covering".

You can always find scholars who scoff saying Ancient Hebrew was not known to Israel Hebrew people. Even people from my own faith scoff at this evidence. They say these characters are known as proto-Canaanite, a precursor of the Hebrew alphabet.

You make up your own mind. Ancient Hebrew research is very young and changing in the material found and will soon become a solid part of Biblical studies in Hebrew. We would like to suggest that Ancient Hebrew is the orginal language of our Bible. Shalom

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