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As   a   legal  scientist,  he  discovered  the
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          §    5.    Three    typical   similarities   of   letters
have   been  known  for  a  long  time.10)  The  phonetic
and   graphic   similarity  of  M  and  N,  which  I  shall
call   the   Mem-Nun   type   of   similarity,  is  obvious
to    every   child.   A   comparable   similarity   is   the
He-Chet   type,   and  the  Tet-Taw  type.  In  all  three
cases    phonetic   similarities   correspond   to   graphic
similarities,    and    phonetic   differences   to   graphic
differences.11)   But   while   Mem   and  Nun  form  the
seventh   consecutive   pair   of   letters  in  the  ancient
Hebrew    alphabet,    He    and   Chet   are   separated
by   two   intervening   letters,   as   Tet   and  Taw  are


                    10)  Cf.  Joseph Halévy, Mélanges d'épigraphie et d'archéologie sémitiques,    (1874)    pp.    168    and   179,   who   observed   already   that
Mem   appears   to   be   just   a   modification   of   Nun,   as   Chet   of   He,
and   Tet   of   Taw.
                    11)   The   phonetic  similarity  of  the  nasal  sounds  M  and  N
is   parallelled   by   the   graphic  similarity  of  the  ancient  Hebrew  letters
Mem    and    Nun,    that   changed   little   in   the   Roman   alphabet.   The
phonetic   difference   of   the   bilabial   M,  pronounced  with  closed  lips,
from   the   dental  N,  pronounced  with  the  teeth  showing,  corresponds
to   their   graphic   difference,   since   the   more   nasal  M  has  one  more
stroke.    Similarly,    the   letter   He   looks   like   a   mirror-imaged   E,   and
Chet,   which   stands   for   a   more   closed   "h"-sound,   is  obtained  by
closing   it.   The   ancient   Hebrew  letter  Taw  is  x-shaped,  whereas  the
letter    Tet,    which    represents    an    emphatic   or   velarized   "t"-sound
with   a   more   closed   mouth   position,   is   derived   from   Taw   by  en-
closing   it   with   a   circle,   see   below   p.   30,   and   TORAH   OF   THE
ALPHABET   (N.   1)   pp.   65,   77,   and   85,  cf.  also  pp.  59,  61,  and  71.

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