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Description The spelling of the Tetragrammaton and connected forms in the Hebrew Masoretic text of the Bible; vowel points are shown in red. For further information, see article Q're perpetuum and diagram en:Image:Qre-perpetuum.png . A resizable (zoomable) vector PDF version of this diagram is available on request.
Date 2005-12-05 (first version); 2006-06-24 (last version)
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