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Since my task was the reconstruction of the two stone Tablets of the Law of the Torah of Moses from
the Sinai by analyzing the structure of the two texts of the Ten Commandments, regardless of
when they were to be dated, I tried not to get involved in chronology, and used an Exodus date
of 1270 B.C.E. in the first edition (German
1983) of my book TORAH OF THE ALPHABET.
However, I was compelled to return to the biblical Exodus date of 1441 B.C.E. by what I had
learned from my reconstruction of the Tablets of the Law about Israels
metrological, etymological, and phonetic fingerprints on chronology. These present cogent
proof of a cultural reception by Ugarit from Israel in the age of King Solomon being, therefore, contemporary
with 18th-dynasty Egypt.
The very peculiar system of Israels weights and measures, shared by Ugarit
on the Phoenician coast off Cyprus, was attributed to pre-Israelite Canaan. Now we know that
a Kikar of 36 kilograms is the weight of one of the Tablets of the Law, and its subdivision into
3000 Shekels, or 60 Manah of 100 Beka, results from
the geometrical properties of the Mosaical Tablets of the Law in Israel.
As the Bible tells us in Exodus 6, 2-3, the proper name of Israels national
God YaHUH (Yahuweh) was not known before the time of Moses, who first
used it as the second word on his Tablets of the Law.
Originally, it was synonymous with Ehiyeh I shall be (Exodus 3, 13-15).
In the First Temple, it became the divine name, mentioned in Ugaritic and Egyptian sources of
the 18th Dynasty.
The 10th century B.C.E is also the time, when the Hebrew-Phoenician alphabet was transmitted from
Israel to Ugarit and the Greeks, many centuries after the Exodus, when Mosaical
Hebrew had lost its th-sound, as can be inferred from the
Zakhor-Shamor divergence in the texts of the Ten Commanments, cf.
Visit Shilo, Moziani's
Mosaistics (Herborn 1989) pp.87-91
Jewish Heritage Site,
Israels First Capital,
and I hope the
Id love to teach Mosaistics at a university, preferably, of course, within the Law
School or Faculty of Law; just email me to Moziani@gmail.com.
See my books in the catalogue of The
National Library of Israel and the Hebrew University Library in Jerusalem, Israel, and in the official German Books in Print (VLB 1996-98) of the German Booksellers Association.